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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #3

AppCoda Weekly - Issue #3
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Welcome to the 3rd issue of AppCoda Weekly. One big news this week is that Apple has released the first developer beta of iOS 10.3, and it comes with some important changes that you wouldn’t expect. One major change is the switch from the current HFS to APFS (Apple File System), a new file system that will be available to all Apple platforms including macOS, iOS, tvOS and watchOS.
The other change, which is a fantastic news for developers, is that you can now let users provide ratings in your apps. In iOS 10.3, developers can use the SKStoreReviewController API to ask users to rate the app without switching to App Store. 
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Using Firebase to Integrate Facebook Login in iOS Apps - AppCoda
Improving Optionals
String Processing For Swift 4
Monetizing Your Apps with Apple's In-App Purchases
UIStackView: A Field Guide
Fun with String Interpolation – Ole Begemann
14 must knows for an iOS developer – Norberto Gil Vasconcelos – Medium
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Intermediate iOS 10 Programming with Swift | Learn by Doing
AdMob Tutorial: Displaying Banner Ads in iOS Apps with Swift 3 - AppCoda
Crash Course: UI Design – HH Design – Medium
How to use colors in UI Design – Prototyping: From UX to Front End
Design like a Developer – Going your way, anyway – Medium
Useful Libraries / Code Samples
33 iOS open source libraries that will dominate 2017.
GitHub - justeat/JustLog
Allow Users to Provide Ratings From Within Your App  - News and Updates - Apple Developer
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