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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.
Caesar Wirth created a useful collection of UI and UX libraries under the name awesome-ios-ui.
Ryan Nystrom from Instagram shared some WatchKit code that contains a helper category that makes it easy to configure and update table views on the Apple Watch.
Daniel Gindi created a port of the MPAndroidChart library for iOS and under the name ios-charts.
Tyler Fox recently gave a talk at the Silicon Valley iOS Developers' Meetup called Adaptive Auto Layout that is a great overview of the state of layout code on iOS8.
The New York Times team open sourced a photo viewer component called NYTPhotoViewer.
This week we cover a new Objective-C framework, some great guides for working with the MapBox SDK, a recap of building Instapaper's new TweetShots feature, the release of React Native, and an opinion on using PNGs over PDFs for assets.
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.
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