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Code School has become a part of the Pluralsight family. Pluralsight has an amazing collection of over 3500 courses, including some great iOS courses that Code School does not, like Unit Testing with XCTest, SpriteKit Fundamentals, and a primer on Swift.
CocoaPods hit a huge milestone this week with the release of version 0.36 that contains support for Swift and Dynamic Frameworks.
Erik Little wrote a post about the release of an iOS client for the Socket.io library.
Jordan Morgan wrote an article that does a good job of getting you up to speed on using tuples in Swift.
Colin Eberhardt shared a post about taking some of the concepts of React.js and bringing them to Swift - and along the way he provides a great overview of React's unique approach to creating UI.
This week we cover one developer's opinion on XCTest in Swift, another development team's recap of their first Swift project, how a function like map is implemented in Swift, a secure messaging app, and an Apple Watch app that you'll like if you use the Pomodoro technique.
This week we cover a prototyping tool from Facebook, a Sketch-to-code plugin, ditching Core Data, a macro to help you control subclasses, and a UI kit for messaging apps.
This week we talk about a more readable way to organize Swift code, optimizing your build process, a timer component, a Core Motion wrapper, and tips for working with Core Data in Swift.
This week we cover the beta release of Xcode 6.3 and Swift 1.2, tracking Swift compiler crashes, a new animation library, creating an event system in Swift, and using YAML to configure Objective-C projects.
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