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When debugging and diagnosing issues, logging can be an incredibly useful tool to have access to. Apple's current recommended logging technique is OSLog, which comes with many new features but also some differences over NSLog and print statements. We will explore how to setup and use OSLog, whilst also getting the most out of our log coverage.
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Xcode provides a set of default file templates when you go to create new files, however, they often contain code you immediately delete or need to significantly alter. The article walks through the process of creating your own file templates, a feature many developers are unaware of. Afterwards it looks through how to maintain project-specific templates and share them with other developers on a project through the use of symbolic links.
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Almost all iOS apps have API keys and other secrets, but simple approaches for managing them can be insecure. We will look at some different options for keeping secrets out of source control and accessing them securely from your code.
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Ensuring your analytics implementation is easy to use, alter and extend can be difficult. Let's have a look at a possible solution by building a modular analytics layer together in Swift.