Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #53

It is officially winter and here is new great pack of good articles for all Apple developers.

Have a great first winter weekend and see you soon!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #52

This week is a little bit shorter in US, so weekend good reads come a little earlier. Let's find some good reads for this long weekend.

And to wrap up this issue, here is a great video for those who are interested in security – Using A Magic Wand To Break The IPhone's Last Security Barrier by Tihmstar | hardwear.io NL 2022.

Happy holidays and see you next week!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #51

Issue 51 of good reads. And this one has a lot of interesting stuff.

With that let's conclude this week. See you next time!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #50

Wow! It's 50th episode here. Let's get something interesting for today's good reads.

Big list for this week. And, as always, more to come next time!

Weekend good reads for Android developers, issue #40 (45/2022)

The weekend is coming so we have some reads for you:

SIMPLE IS NOT EASY

Unfortunately, most of the examples showing Clean Architecture and Hexagonal Architecture show that this is the model way. Abstraction on top of abstraction and next abstraction. But still, writing simple and easy to read code is not easy. It requires multiple iterations and effort. Read more in this article.

Mastering Android Dialogs: Don’t follow official Google Guides

This article explains why Google Guides for Dialogs are bad and what risks you and your apps may face if you follow them.

Performance Considerations for Memory Leaks: An Android Cookbook

Memory leaks can be found everywhere, in application code, dependencies, the Android operating system, and even in the JVM. It is difficult to come up with a complete list of the reasons why these problems occur, but showing a broad range can help us better characterize what they may be like. This great article gives you a better understanding of what memory leaks are.

Declarative UI — What, How, and Why?

This short but succinct post perfectly explains Declarative programming paradigm.

Library of the week:

https://github.com/touchlab/xcode-kotlin

The xcode-kotlin plugin allows debugging of Kotlin code running in an iOS application, directly from Xcode.

Have a nice Weekend!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #49

Another weekend is coming with big pack of interesting articles for developers.

And that is it for this week. Come back next week for more great reads!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #48

Hey there! This week we have many great reads for the developers, so – buckle up!

This week we'd like to pay our respects to Ray Wenderlich and his portal. Now it has new name – Kodeco. It is still great source of useful content for developers and we'll even share couple of articles today.

That's a lot for this week. Have time for rest and some time to read something interesting!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #47

Friday. Upcoming weekend. Let's have some good reads!

And with that, have some rest, some fun and see you next week!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #46

This week we introduce authors from our own Mobile People community! Hope to see more articles soon!

That's it for today! Have a great weekend!

Weekend good reads for Apple developers, issue #45

iPhone 14 Plus is now available, more bigger screens will fill the streets. And yes, bigger screens are better for reading.

And that is it for today, have a great weekend!