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Archive Monthly Archives: November 2015

Swift: weak and unowned

With the keywords weak and unowned you can avoid so-called reference cycles. In this post we will discuss the differences between them.

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Should You Specialise In One Platform?

Developers are wondering very often whether they should specialise in one platform or not. In this post we will discuss why specializing is the better choice.

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Should You Migrate Objective-C Code To Swift?

The future belongs to Swift, but does this mean that you should migrate Objective-C code to Swift?

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5 Productivity Tips For Developers

The performance of a developer is often measured by his productivity. In this post we discuss 5 tips to increase your productivity.

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Swift: map and flatMap

With the functions map and flatMap you can easily transform an array into a new one.

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3 Predictions For The Future Of iOS Development

It is not possible to predict the future – so let’s do it!

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A Trick To Discover Retain Cycles

Although ARC does most of the memory handling work for you, your app can still suffer from so-called retain cycles. So it is very important to discover them.

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What Is The Best Test Device At Development Time?

If you are developing an app, you should not only use the simulator but also a real device. But what is the best test device at development time?

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10/15: The Best iOS Development Links

The best iOS development links in October 2015.

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