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Sam Dods wrote about how his company sets up and manages multiple build environments.
Dan Cutting wrote about using mixins in Swift to create better protocol-oriented code.
Hector Matos created a library to make it easier to work with NSPredicates.
Croath Liu wrote about how to use the UITextChecker API that powers autocorrect.
Andreas Schranzhofer presented about app security and securing apps at UIKonf 2016.
This week, we cover CocoaPods 1.0, the Swift 3.0 release process, life in the Fastlane, and StateView.
This week we cover CareKit, testing IBOutlets and IBActions with curried functions, useful uses of zip, map, and reduce, and clean iOS 9 layout.
This week, we cover the trouble with manager objects, a Swift proposal for mutability and value types, SwiftyGif, and Peek.
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