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Peter Steinberger wrote about his efforts uncovering a bunch of special private debugging flags in UIKit.
Soroush Khanlou wrote about how he manages complex state changes with a state machine.
Ayaka Nonaka wrote about all of the great open source tools that Venmo uses to build their apps - including some of their own contributions.
Gavin Bunney created an image processing library in Swift that makes image resizing, masks, and chainable image processing easy to implement.
Chris Eidhof wrote about cleaning up view controllers and wrapping them in a way that better aligns with functional programming concepts.
Arthur Sabintsev created a library in Swift called Siren that when added to your app will send a notification whenever there’s an app update available.
This week we cover some developer's feedback on Apple's fast release cycle, making DTrace easier to use, best practices for naming assets, handle JSON responses in Swift, and an open source VPN tool.
This week we cover tips for developing custom iOS keyboards, an audio synthesis toolkit, using web sockets in Swift, a Swift state machine, and speeding up Swift builds.
This week we cover the beginning of Firefox on iOS, writing assembly on OS X, a design study of iOS map applications, getting started with Apple Pay, and a library that makes it easier to communicate with app extensions.
This week we cover some thoughts on pricing professional apps, a tool to help provision apps, a company moving their products from Objective-C to Swift, an Auto Layout helper library, and a tool for inspecting memory from a running app.
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