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Once you get started with Combine you’ll quickly run into error handling issues. Each Combine stream receives either a value or an error ..read more
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An Array and a Set seem to be quite the same in the beginning. They’re both collection types and have quite a lot of similarities. Still ..read more
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A brand new Xcode refactoring engine was introduced in Xcode 9. Although this is quite a few Xcode versions ago it is still a quite ..read more
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The UIKeyCommand class allows you to add keyboard shortcuts to your app. Although they might seem useful for iPad only, there are reasons ..read more
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Combine debugging can be hard with long stack traces which don’t help at all. Asynchronous callbacks follow up on each other rapidly and ..read more
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A Custom Combine Publisher can add missing functionalities to UIKit elements you use every day. A lot of boilerplate code can be removed ..read more
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Combine is a new framework by Apple introduced at WWDC 2019. The framework provides a declarative Swift API for processing values over time ..read more
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Xcode Previews have been added in Xcode 11 and allow you to quickly preview the current state of your view. Although you might think that ..read more
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Dynamic member lookup has been introduced in Swift 4.2 with SE-195 and already allowed some pretty nice solutions to for example implement ..read more
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