The best iOS development links from December 2015.
- Swift.org: Swift is now open source!
- Core Data Book: The new Core Data Book by @objcio is now available. Highly recommended!
- The OpenSource Experience: So Swift is open source now. But why should you care about it? Why is Open Source a great thing? To know the answers, read @aligatr’s experiences with Open Source projects.
- IBM Swift Sandbox: That’s pretty cool! IBM has developed a website that let you write Swift code and execute it on a Linux server. This shows the power of Swift going open source!
- Protocol-Oriented Segue Identifiers in Swift: Excellent post by @NatashaTheRobot about handling multiple segue identifiers by using protocols.
- Apple Pencil Controlled Christmas Tree Bowling with SceneKit: Great example about using Apple Pencil by @FlexMonkey.
- Interview With Craig Federighi: Interesting interview with Craig Federighi by @thetalkshow.
- iOS Architecture Patterns: Great overview about iOS Architecture Patterns by @bohdan_orlov.
- What the 55 Swift Standard Library Protocols Taught Me: Skilled.io is a very cool new Swift community. You should watch this excellent talk about protocols by @gregheo.
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