Handy Swift Resource: Hacking With Swift’s Auto Layout Cheat Sheet

This is a pretty great one-stop-shopping resource for Auto Layout by Paul Hudson. The Auto Layout cheat sheet – Hacking with Swift Auto Layout is a powerful tool for creating flexible, maintainable rules for your user interface. It can also be a real brain vortex if you’re unlucky – it’s something that makes hard things …

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When Worlds Collide: How to call complex Objective-C selectors from Swift

When developing in Swift, you will eventually need to interact with Objective-C APIs. Most of the time this is fine, and fairly straightforward to do using #selector. However, every once in a while you will need to invoke an Objective-C selector that you did not write (usually when the selector is part of the iOS …

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Video: Forward Swift 2016 – “How Hot Is My Coffee? Sensors, Core Bluetooth and Swift!”

Somehow I don’t think I broadcasted this when it was available so now seems a good a time as any… My Core Bluetooth talk from Forward Swift 2016, “How Hot Is My Coffee? Sensors, Core Bluetooth and Swift!” has been up since last year, but thankfully it’s still up! Evan K. Stone: How Hot Is …

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Video: Forward Swift 2017 – “What’s this React Native Thing I Keep Hearing About?”

Here’s the video for the talk on React Native I did for Forward Swift in March of 2017 in San Francisco! I’m very glad I didn’t have to wait until November for this one – the Forward Swift team has done an amazing job of getting out their videos in record time! Evan K. Stone: …

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