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xcproj

Read and update Xcode projects.
Featured Library // Category Project setup

Deleting DerivedData the right way

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Swift reference types are bad for app startup time

Article Popular Story // medium.com

Announcing Flutter 2

Article Popular Story // developers.googleblog.com

CoreXLSX

Excel spreadsheet (XLSX) format support in pure Swift.
Featured Library // Category Other Parsing

Ionic modals passing and receiving data

Article Popular Story // dev.to

Flutter - Part 1(Complete Beginners Guide)

Article Popular Story // dev.to

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Adding modals to an Ionic app

Article Popular Story // dev.to

OneSignal

OneSignal is a free push notification service for mobile apps. This plugin makes it easy to integrate your native iOS app with OneSignal.
Featured Library // Category Push Notification Providers

Xcode, coffee and a cozy snowy cabin.

Article Popular Story // www.youtube.com

Swift WebSockets: Starscream or URLSession in 2021?

Article Popular Story // dev.to

How to create a Side Menu in iOS using Swift | John Codeos

Article Popular Story // johncodeos.com

GraphQL in Swift

Article Popular Story // swiftwithmajid.com

Network Requests and REST APIs in iOS with Swift (Protocol-Oriented Approach)

Networking is a requirement for most modern iOS apps. Apps usually interface with a remote web service. And often, such a web service is a REST API that returns JSON data.

Writing the networking layer of an iOS app is not a simple task. When making asynchronous network calls, you need to combine several features of Swift, SwiftUI, and the Foundation framework. Moreover, many parts of your app’s architecture need to interact, making the task more complicated than it might seem at first.
Article Added by: Matteo // matteomanferdini.com

Ionic adding a side menu

Article Popular Story // dev.to

Playbook

A library for isolated developing UI components and automatically snapshots of them.
Featured Library // Category Debugging

How I got 20,000+ Downloads for my IOS App with $0

Article Popular Story // dantekim.com

InstantSearch iOS

A library of widgets and helpers to build instant-search applications on iOS.
Featured Library // Category TextField & TextView

Mobile e2e tests using WebdriverIO and Appium

Article Popular Story // dev.to

ZIPFoundation

Effortless ZIP Handling in Swift
Featured Library // Category Files

DeviceGuru

DeviceGuru is a simple lib (Swift) to know the exact type of the device, e.g. iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s.
Featured Library // Category Utility

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An elaborate post on Functions in Swift.

Article Popular Story // mandovision.hashnode.dev

Grand Central Dispatch in a Nutshell

Article Popular Story // youtube.com

MapleBacon

An image download and caching library for iOS written in Swift.
Featured Library // Category Image