Understanding how your apps behave in production is a fundamental part of our jobs as iOS engineers. We need to gather log events in order to investigate and reproduce issues that customers run into. Here's how you create a log service with a clean architecture that's modular and easily extensible.
Monitoring the behavior of your app's users is critical to the success of your app. If the only feedback you get from your users are App Store review, now is the right time to start using analytics. We'll go over how you create an analytics service that's modular and easily extensible using a clean iOS architecture.
Feature toggling is essential for keeping your apps flexible in production. Sometimes you want to try ideas fast to see if they stick. Maybe you want to split test two ideas and see what performs the best. Whatever the case may be, the feature toggling service should be highly scalable and not be a bottleneck in your workflow. Here's how you create a feature toggling service with a clean iOS...
Here's a set of key principles to guide you to do iOS development according to best practices. They are all about the bigger picture of iOS development, including processes and architecture decisions - not simply language specific challenges.
Github Actions are finally publicly released! It's an opportunity to easily enable continuous integration in your projects on GitHub, so here's how you set it up for your iOS projects to perform automated code validation and testing on pull requests.
A common frustration with the iOS platform is that resources are accessed using magic strings. In practice, this means you'll find out if an image, icon, localized string etc. exists at runtime. Either by seeing what you were hoping for or getting a hard crash. Let's fix this by introducing your new best friend - R.swift.