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Casey Liss joins John to talk about Apple’s newly announced Combine framework for reactive programming, how it compares to existing tools like RxSwift, and different strategies for adopting it. Also, unit testing, life as an indie developer, and much more.

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Kaya Thomas joins John to talk about Apple’s various accessibility technologies and how SwiftUI is taking things to a whole new level. Also, how UI testing and accessibility are closely related, and what makes declarative UI development so powerful.

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This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors. Make sure to check them out to help support this show:

  • Instabug: Squash bugs much faster with Instabug. Get a 14 day free trial and their brand new t-shirt when you signup and integrate Instabug in your app, by going to instabug.com/sundell.
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Chris Lattner, creator of Swift, joins John on this 50th episode of the show — to discuss the current state of Swift and how it came to be, as well as to speculate about what the future of the language and its ecosystem might look like.

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This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors. Make sure to check them out to help support this show:

  • Manning: Learn something new with a book or video course from Manning. Get a massive 40% discount on a great selection of content about Swift, iOS development, and beyond — by visiting deals.manning.com/sundell.
  • Triplebyte: Apply to work for over 400 top tech companies through one single, fair and efficient interview process. Get a $1000 signing bonus when you find your next software developer job at triplebyte.com/sundell.
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It’s time for the 2019 Swift by Sundell WWDC special, featuring PCalc creator James Thomson — who, with his over 25 years of experience developing apps for Apple’s platforms, joins John to discuss SwiftUI, Catalyst, and the other exciting tools and frameworks introduced at this year’s WWDC.

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This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors. Make sure to check them out to help support this show:

  • Bitrise: A fast, stable and easy to use continuous integration service. Automatically build, test and distribute your app on every single commit that you make. Get started for free at bitrise.io/swift.
  • Triplebyte: Apply to work for over 400 top tech companies through one single, fair and efficient interview process. Get a $1000 signing bonus when you find your next software developer job at triplebyte.com/sundell.
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Automation enthusiast and Scriptable developer Simon Støvring joins John to discuss automation, scripting, and building tools. Also, app modularity, frameworks, and what it would take to bring automation on Apple’s platforms to the next level.

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This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors. Make sure to check them out to help support this show:

  • Reveal: Inspect, debug, and live-edit your UIs — including views, layers, constraints, and gesture recognizers. Start your free trial at revealapp.com/sundell, and get 25% off your license using offer code SWIFTBYSUNDELL.
  • Triplebyte: Apply to work for over 400 top tech companies through one single, fair and efficient interview process. Get a $1000 signing bonus when you find your next software developer job at triplebyte.com/sundell.
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iOS developer and YouTuber Mayuko Inoue joins John to discuss team work and how a solid code structure can make teams more productive. Other topics include goal setting, how to grow as an engineer, and contributing to open source.

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  • Triplebyte: Apply to work for over 400 top tech companies through one single, fair and efficient interview process. Get a $1000 signing bonus when you find your next Swift developer job at triplebyte.com/sundell.
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Michael Ilseman, developer on the Swift team at Apple, joins John to go on a deep dive into the String type, its implementation, and its related APIs. Topics range from the way Swift’s String API is designed, to its underlying complexities, and practical performance tips.

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This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors. Make sure to check them out to help support this show:

  • Reveal: Inspect, debug, and live-edit your UIs — including views, layers, constraints, and gesture recognizers. Start your free trial at revealapp.com/sundell, and get 25% off your license using offer code SWIFTBYSUNDELL.
  • Triplebyte: Apply to work for over 400 top tech companies through one single, fair and efficient interview process. Get a $1000 signing bonus when you find your Swift developer dream job at triplebyte.com/sundell.
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Chris Eidhof and Matt Gallagher join John to discuss app architecture, RxSwift and Functional Reactive Programming, and how to decide what patterns, frameworks, and concepts to adopt when architecting and building an app.

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This episode of Swift by Sundell was made possible thanks to two wonderful sponsors. Make sure to check them out to help support this show:

  • Triplebyte: Apply to work for over 400 top tech companies through one single, fair and efficient interview process. Get a $1000 signing bonus when you find your Swift developer dream job at triplebyte.com/sundell.
  • Bitrise: A fast, stable and easy to use continuous integration service. Automatically build, test and distribute your app on every single commit that you make. Get started for free at bitrise.io/swift.
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Janina Kutyn, former Apple Music developer and now an iOS developer in Amsterdam, joins John for a UI development special! Topics include various techniques for building UIs and layouts, measuring and fixing performance problems, and supporting different screen sizes and devices.

Sponsor: Manning

Manning offers a wide selection of books and courses for Swift developers — ranging from “Getting started with Swift” to “Classic computer science problems in Swift”. Get 40% off any purchase by going to deals.manning.com/sundell and use offer code sundellswift at checkout.

Thanks to Manning for sponsoring this episode. Checking them out using the above link helps support this show.

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Dave DeLong, former Apple developer evangelist and now iOS architect and instructor, joins John to talk about handling dates in code, MVC & app architecture, Mac development, and to tell stories of how WWDC is put together.

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