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Thumbnail - Why nobody needs a hero in IT? Explained with memes.
  • 2023-09-18
Why every IT hero is forgotten? Explained with memes.

We absolutely must meet this deadline! Can you please do some overtime?Honestly, how many times did you hear that question throughout your career? What was your answer? If you said “no” did the business add any sweeteners?Only you can do it! You're my hero, the best developer I’ve ever met!…

Thumbnail - How to implement scalable and testable SwiftUI navigation?
  • 2023-08-09
How to implement scalable and testable SwiftUI navigation?

Although SwiftUI is a great framework, it’s not without its limitations. If you’ve ever had to implement a complex application, utilizing branching navigation flows, you probably know what I am talking about. Yes, navigation components in SwiftUI have been a constant source of headache…  An iOS 16 addition, the NavigationStack,…

Thumbnail - Why is code quality crucial in iOS apps? Explained with memes.
  • 2023-07-11
Why is code quality crucial in iOS apps? Explained with memes.

How much is it going to cost me to implement these Unit Tests?Is this refactor really necessary? Money doesn’t grow on the trees, you know… As mobile devs we’ve heard similar questions more times than we care to remember. Whenever we brooch the subject of improving the quality of our…

How to test UIKit & SwiftUI views
  • 2023-06-09
How to test UIKit & SwiftUI views? Explained with memes.

The benefits of having an exhaustive automated tests suite are obvious to anyone who ever worked on an app for more than a few months. We’ve all seen what lack of code maintenance might do: duplication, hidden side effects, convoluted business logic. A project codebase is like a garden -…

how to implement networking client part 2
  • 2023-05-01
How to implement universal networking module in Swift (pt.2)

Let’s pick up where we left off! So far in part 1 we’ve discussed how to make a universal and robust networking client. Now, let’s take a look at how we can make it even better. Arguably, the most important feature of any universal tool is extendibility. We cannot account…