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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.
Soroush Khanlou released a new Objective-C framework for making iOS apps that relies on conventions to reduce boilerplate code.
Katy Decorah shared a series of guides for getting up to speed quickly with the the MapBox iOS SDK.
Brian Donohue wrote about the short development process for the new Tweet Shots feature in the Instapaper app..
Facebook open sourced the code for React Native this week after introducing it a few weeks ago. They also released an Objective-C++ framework called ComponentKit that brings several React ideas into pure native development.
The company Bjango wrote a great article about why you might want to avoid using PDF assets within your iOS apps.
This week we cover an Xcode utility plugin, debugging in Swift, Swift in production, a nifty UIWindow subclass, and some tips for getting around Xcode.
This week we cover a tool to help keep your navigation stack controllers clean, some Swift and C benchmarking, how to create a Sketch plugin, a site that helps you track changes to App Store rules, and a simple way to sync with CloudKit.
This week we cover the newest release of CocoaPods, Socket.io on iOS, an iOS WebRTC demo, using tuples in Swift, and re-imagining UI development with a React mindset.
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.
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