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AppCoda Weekly - Issue #93

As I always said, as someone who teaches, the best reward is to seeing my students publish their own
AppCoda Weekly - Issue #93
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As I always said, as someone who teaches, the best reward is to seeing my students publish their own apps and become a professional developer. A big thank you to Adriana for sharing her learning experience and recommending our Swift book! We are so glad to hear that the book helped her land an internship :)
In case you missed our previous email, we recently open a new publication on This brand new publication is a collection of great tutorials on Swift and iOS programming. Every week we publish new tutorials written by both our tutorial team and contributors, to cover various topics on app development. If you want to stay abreast of the app development trend like ARKit, please do follow our new publication.
Again, we collected tons of useful links for your reading. Spare some time this weekend and check out some of them!

Realistic Rendering of 3D Photogrammetry Model in ARKit
Useful Hints To Build A Perfect Design For iPhone Xs
Using PromiseKit
Xcode & Instruments: Measuring Launch time, CPU Usage, Memory Leaks, Energy Impact And Frame rate
iOS App Requirements Checklist
Supporting Dark Mode: Adapting Images
Constructing URLs In Swift
iOS UI Automation Tests At Babylon
Streamlining Tests Setup With Fixtures In Swift
Layout Libraries For iOS. UIKit Is Not The Only One
Unleashing The Power Of Asset Catalogs And Bundles On iOS
Hiding Implementation Details Using Internal Properties
Measure The Performance Of Code In Swift
Ads/ Sponsored
Beginning iOS 12 Programming With Swift
6 UX Rules Tech Startups Need To Master
Case Study: Bitex. UX Design For Stock Analysis App
Why Does Apple’s 3D Touch fail Miserably?
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