An overview look at current mobile development landscape including 4 major platforms
ABI stability enables OS vendors to embed a Swift Standard Library and runtime in the OS that is compatible with applications built with Swift 5 or later.
I have a tradition to write a review of WWDC event 2 weeks after it happened. As an iOS developer, this event was easily one of the most exciting events of the year to me.
Swift is a compiled programming language for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Linux applications. Here’s what you need to know about Swift before an interview.
When we start with any platforms we will always ask “How can I integrate third party libs into my project?”. There is always a naive solution is copying the source manually into your project but you only use this in rare situations when you know what you’re doing
It’s been an “dark mode” year for an iOS developer. I’ve been enjoying switching all the apps to dark mode just because I feel the future of iOS development is darker than ever before
To get from good to great, I believe we have to constantly learn from others, these are those that contains valuable articles and resources that help us to make the leap.