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by Christian Tietze     christiantietze.de
Swift Version: 1.1
I like when the code is explicit. Unlike Brent Simmons, I don't feel comfortable using string literals in code especially not when I'm still fleshing things ...

by Paul Napier     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: 1.1
This tutorial is part of the programming with Swift, brought to you by MadApper. In this tutorial we cover type methods.

by Paul Napier     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: 1.1
This tutorial is part of the programming with Swift, brought to you by MadApper. In this tutorial we cover mutating methods.

by Shrikar     shrikar.com
Swift Version: 1.1
Does your NSURLSession code in iOS9 breaks? Lets look at the changes to NSURLSession to get it working.

by Paul Napier     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: 1.1
This tutorial is part of the programming with Swift, brought to you by MadApper. In this tutorial we cover Self within methods.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.1
The guard statement, added in Swift 2, provides a nice syntax for exiting a scope early if a condition, particularly when optional binding, is not met.

by Paul Napier     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: 1.1
This tutorial is part of the programming with Swift intermediate tutorials, brought to you by MadApper. In this tutorial we cover parameter names in methods.

by Paul Napier     www.youtube.com
Swift Version: 1.1
This tutorial is part of the programming with Swift, brought to you by MadApper. In this tutorial we cover instance methods.

by Airspeedvelocity     airspeedvelocity.net
Swift Version: 1.1
OK don’t panic – it might look like a lot has changed, but not really. It’s more... transformed. For the better. Nothing the migration assistant shouldn’t be able to handle. By far the biggest chan...

by Christian Tietze     christiantietze.de
Swift Version: 1.1
Throwing exceptions and being able to catch them is awesome news. Then there are cases which can be handled with try-catch technically, but shouldn't. ...

by Jon Hoffman     masteringswift.blogspot.com
Swift Version: 1.1
It is important, when designing an application, to design a good data access layer between our application and its backend data storage. While some may argue that is what Core Data is for, I am just not a big fan of it especially if we are planning on porting our applications to other platforms. In this blog post, I will show how we can use the SQLite.swift framework to design a good data access layer for our applications written in Swift.

by Christian Tietze     christiantietze.de
Swift Version: 1.1
You don't have to learn anything new if you work with Core Data in Swift. It's a pain to use NSManagedObject directly, so you better work with custom subclasses all the time. Unboxing optional NSNumbers is just too cumbersome. There are caveats you should be aware of, though.

by Christian Tietze     christiantietze.de
Swift Version: 1.1
Mocking and stubbing in tests is useful to verify behavior and replace collaborating objects with simpler alternatives. Since Swift is statically typed, you can't use a mocking library anymore. But it's trivially simple to write simple mock objects as subclasses in place.

by Christian Tietze     christiantietze.de
Swift Version: 1.1
Until today, I had a regular-looking "fetch all" method on a Repository I am working with.

by Alex Matthew     www.udemy.com
Swift Version: 1.1
A very detailed set of more than 180 tutorial videos walking you through Apple's Swift eBook. 10 tips to accelerate your Swift learning!



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