Sunny and hot days are taking over Bay Area. I'm sure it would be harder to find some time to go through interesting articles, but let's try. We've got couple of really good reads today.
- Bruno Rocha provides great advise on saving during builds – Reducing iOS Build Times by using Interface Modules;
- Makwan Barzan reminds of jailbreak detection importance – The reason why you should keep maintaining Jailbreak detection in your iOS apps;
- And also provides a glance on new access modifier in Swift – Meet An Upcoming Swift Access Modifier: package;
- How to identify parts of speech and names in a text with Swift by Natascha Fadeeva is a great guide on Natural Language processing framework provided by Apple;
- Emanuele Agosta shares interesting article on designing interactions – Designing Micro-interactions to Create Seamless User Experiences (may require free registration);
- In our previous episode we already covered import and export in SwiftUI, here is another take by Keith Harrison – SwiftUI Importing And Exporting Files;
- Antoine van der Lee provides great code examples for ranges in Swift – Ranges in Swift explained with code examples;
- Two important articles on how to use new Swift and iOS features with previous releases – Conditional Compilation for Apple’s Yearly Updates by Douglas Hill and API availability in Swift by Majid Jabrayilov;
- Let's finish with important topic of work-life balance by Krzysztof Zabłocki – Work-Life Balance for Sustainable Success.
And let's keep our work and life in balance – have some rest, read some interesting stuff and get back next week for new great topics!