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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #133

Last week, we introduced the Network framework and showed you how to use it to monitor the network st
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #133
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Last week, we introduced the Network framework and showed you how to use it to monitor the network status. This week, we came up with another tutorial to show you how to turn that piece of code into a shared library using CocoaPods, so that you can then apply it to your future projects. If you’re interested in learning the technique, don’t forget to check out the tutorial.
We’re writing a new book on SwiftUI. Do you have any specific question about this new framework? Or do you want to learn any specific technique? Please hit the Reply button and let me know.
Regards,
Simon

Tutorials
How to Create Pods Using CocoaPods and Publish it on GitHub
Sentiment Analysis With Natural Language And SwiftUI
Advanced Memory Management In Swift
Frustrated By Missing Features In SwiftUI? Using UIViewRepresentable To Wrap UIKit Controls
Building Static Frameworks Under Carthage
Introduction To Client-Server Architecture (Frontend Backend)
Swift ExpressibleBy Protocols: What They Are And How They Work Internally In The Compiler
Generalizing Swift Code
Block And Identify Calls with Call Directory App Extension | agostini.tech
Better Storyboards With Xcode 11
Reducing Memory Footprint And OOM Terminations In iOS.
UIKeyCommand How-To Add Keyboard Shortcuts & Speed Up Your Workflow
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UI/ UX
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24 Places To Get Free App Icons
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UI Design Tutorial: Adding Visual Dynamics Into A Static Prototype
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MovieSwiftUI
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