Swift Developments is a weekly curated newsletter containing a hand picked selection of the latest links, videos, tools and tutorials for people interested in designing and developing their own iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS apps using Swift.
Welcome to Issue 191! As the summer arrives here in the UK, it feels like people are starting to get to grips with some of the new technologies announced by Apple at this years WWDCs. Several community guides around the more headline features have been published as well as a growing number of smaller tutorials which will definitely help on getting up to speed. In my world, my … [Read more...]
News Jony Ive To Leave Apple Wow - I didn't see this one coming - but after two decades working for Apple, Jony Ive is leaving Apple and striking out on his own with a new creative venture - LoveFrom. Jony Ive talks to FT Global Technology Correspondent @tim about why he's leaving and what the future has in store. ft.com Business Writing a Great Software Development … [Read more...]
Business Inside Apple’s Team That Greenlights iPhone Apps for the App Store Back in Issue 186 I linked to an interesting podcast in which @markgurman interviewed @pbsIdentity about his time as Apple's App Approval Chief and how the app review process worked at that time. Whilst things have obviously changed since then, this week we gained some insights into the current app … [Read more...]
Here it is! Swift Developments Issue 188. I've had another fun week this week getting to grips with some of the new frameworks, especially SwiftUI, and have also been slowly working my way through some of the WWDC session videos. With regards to SwiftUI itself, it's fair to say that there are still some rough edges in places but overall it's been a positive experience so far, … [Read more...]
So have you had a good week? I certainly have! 😀 It's been great fun digging into the new frameworks and documentation, catching up with the session videos and generally experimenting with the things. As you might expect, many around the community are doing the same so this weeks issue is unashamedly WWDC oriented and is jam packed with articles digging into many of the new … [Read more...]