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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #87

I can't believe this is the 87th issue of our weekly newsletter. There are 13 more to go to make it a
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #87
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I can’t believe this is the 87th issue of our weekly newsletter. There are 13 more to go to make it a hundred. September is the busiest month for us. We are planning to release our iOS 12 book update later this month and a new membership programme. Stay tuned for more updates.
Btw, do you know we have launched our Instagram channel? We will put more effort into that and show you some short programming tips. Also, we are going to run a book giveaway campaign later this month. Please do follow us if you don’t want to miss the campaign.
As always, we collect many useful tutorials. And, we published one on design patterns in Swift. Spare some time this weekend and enjoy your reading!
Talk soon.
Regards,
Simon

Tutorial
Design Patterns in Swift #3: Facade and Adapter
Threading In Swift Simply Explained
Detecting Directed Cycles In Edge Weighted Digraphs | agostini.tech
Intro To Machine Learning On iOS With CreateML & TuriCreate
How To Visualize Random Distribution Algorithms In Swift And ARKit
Want To Write Clearer Code? Follow The Cooperative Principle
Implementing A Custom Key Strategy For Coding Types
When You Refactor, Are You Using Small Steps?
Lazy Sequences In Swift And How They Work
Enum Iterations In Swift 4.2
CompactMap vs flatMap: The Differences Explained
NSDataAsset
Xcode 10 Storyboard Changes
Improving Your Build Time In Xcode 10
Ads/ Sponsored
Beginning iOS 12 Programming with Swift Will be Released This Month
UI/ UX
UI Animation: 30 Creative Concepts Of Animated Icons
The Magic of Paper Prototyping – UX Planet
Best Practices For Mobile Form Design
Framer X first impressions
Libraries
DataSourceKit
AppLocker
good-spirits
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