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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #1

We want to start a brand new newsletter in 2017. I know we used to send you regular newsletters about
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #1
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We want to start a brand new newsletter in 2017. I know we used to send you regular newsletters about tutorials and useful articles around the web. But I admit we didn’t do our job very well. 
In 2017, we want to start it all over and deliver you a better newsletter every Friday. Each week, we share our new tutorials and some of the useful articles we found for your weekend reading. On top of programming tutorials, the newsletter also includes articles about UI/UX and some brilliant iOS libraries. 
Like many of you, we are developers. We are not very good at app design. But we believe design is a skill that can be learned through practice, experience and reading. So we love to share with you some design articles we read.
Sometimes you do not need to build your apps all from scratch. Some great developers have already built some libraries and frameworks that you may use in your projects, and best of all, those libraries are open source. This is why each week we will share to you some awesome iOS libraries that will help you build even better apps.
I hope you enjoy reading this newsletter. If you have any suggestions or you find any great links to share with other readers, just hit Reply and let me know.
I wish you to have a great 2017. And if learning Swift is one of your resolutions this year, I hope our tutorials, books and this newsletter will help you make it happen.
Talk soon.
Founder of AppCoda

Mastering Swift: Enumerations, Closures, Generics, Protocols and High Order Functions - AppCoda
Using AsyncDisplayKit to Develop Responsive UIs in iOS - AppCoda
Swift & Objective-C: How to Use 2 Languages in Your Project | Codementor
Custom Controls: button action with confirmation through 3D Touch - Think & Build
In-App Purchases in iOS With Swift 3
Generic allValues for enums - The.Swift.Dev.
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Intermediate iOS 10 Programming with Swift
Tesla hires architect of Apple's Swift as VP of Autopilot Software
The State of UX in 2017 – – User Experience Design
Best Practices for Flat Design – UX Planet
Useful Libraries
GitHub - lkzhao/Hero: Elegant transition library for iOS, written in Swift.
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