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Shared with You implementation and testing explained

iOS 16 introduced Shared with You allowing you to showcase content shared in Messages inside your app. Users can find ...
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Swift

Sendable and @Sendable closures explained with code examples

Sendable and @Sendable are part of the concurrency changes that arrived in Swift 5.5 and address a challenging problem of ...
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ConcurrencySwift

URLSessionConfiguration: Exploring opt-in configurations

URLSessionConfiguration can be used to initialize URLSession instances in Swift. While in most cases, you'll likely use the default configuration, ...
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Swift

App Store Connect API SDK in Swift: Creating Developer Tools

The new App Store Connect API was announced during WWDC 2018 and made it possible to write applications for App ...
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Swift

Generics in Swift explained with code examples

Generics in Swift allows you to write generic and reusable code, avoiding duplication. A generic type or function creates constraints ...
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Swift

Existential any in Swift explained with code examples

Existential any allows you to define existential types in Swift by prefixing a type with the any keyword. In short, ...
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Swift

Some keyword in Swift: Opaque types explained with code examples

The some keyword in Swift declares opaque types, and Swift 5.1 introduced it with support for opaque result types. Many ...
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Swift

Increase App Ratings by using SKStoreReviewController

SKStoreReviewController allows asking your users for App Store ratings from within the app. Positive ratings can help your app stand ...
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OptimizationSwift

Memory leaks prevention using an autoreleasepool in unit tests

Memory leaks often happen without notice. Although best practices like using a weak reference to self inside closures help a ...
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Swift

AsyncSequence explained with Code Examples

AsyncSequence is part of the concurrency framework and the SE-298 proposal. Its name implies it's a type providing asynchronous, sequential, ...
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ConcurrencySwift

AsyncThrowingStream and AsyncStream explained with code examples

AsyncThrowingStream and AsyncStream are part of the concurrency framework introduced in Swift 5.5 due to SE-314. Async streams allow you ...
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ConcurrencySwift

Using MetricKit to monitor user data like launch times

The MetricKit framework allows us to collect all kinds of data from our end users, including launch times and hang ...
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Swift