Understanding Actors in the New Concurrency Model in Swift
Aug 4, 2021
Learn how to use actors in Swift to isolate mutable state and make concurrency safer.
Unstructured Concurrency With Detached Tasks in Swift
Jul 28, 2021
Learn to use detached tasks in Swift for concurrency and why they are useful.
Introduction to Unstructured Concurrency in Swift
Jul 14, 2021
Learn how to use unstructured concurrency in Swift with the new mechanism, when structured concurrency doesn't suit your needs.
Structured Concurrency With Group Tasks in Swift
Jul 7, 2021
Learn about executing a dynamic amount of concurrency in Swift using Group Tasks.
Structured Concurrency in Swift: Using async let
Jun 30, 2021
Get started using structured concurrency in Swift using async let tasks.
Converting closure-based code into async/await in Swift
Jun 23, 2021
Learn about checked continuations and converting closure and delegate-based code into async/await in Swift.
Understanding async/await in Swift
Jun 16, 2021
Learn about Swift's async/await APIs and how to use them, complete with working examples.
Modern Concurrency in Swift: Introduction
Jun 16, 2021
Learn about the modern concurrency features intorduced in Swift 5.5, at Apple's WWDC2021.
Strategies For Asking Users to Rate Your App
Jun 2, 2021
Having our apps have good reviews is generally a good thing. After all, many users look into how many stars an app has before deciding on downloading it. Apps with a general poor rating may not get many downloads (unless they are “essential” apps of any kind, such as companion app to another service).
We all as developers have experienced that users are quick to give a one-star review when something doesn’t work right, but they are never inclined to rate 5 stars when they are satisfied with an app.
My WWDC 2021 Wishlist
May 26, 2021
WWDC is undoubtly my favorite event of the year, and it has been for the past 11 years. This week I’m taking a break from writing technical articles and I want to talk about my personal wishlist, both for features and developers tools.
Writing Actual ViewControllers for the Settings App The iOS Settings.app was supposed to be a place where you as a user, have a centralized place to configure all your settings for all your apps.