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This upcoming May will mark three years since Apple released the 7th generation iPod touch. That’s enough time for a newborn baby to learn to walk and communicate, so that must mean the iPod touch 8 is coming this year, right?
I got my brand new 14” M1 MacBook Pro in mid-December and absolutely love it. However, there are things with the new architecture that cause serious problems when working with Swift packages and XCFramework builds.
App Analytics now includes information for in-app events:Event impressions and page views.Reminder and notification dataNumber of downloads and redownloads driven by your in-app eventSales and usage data from users who downloaded your app from your in-app event listing on the App StoreApp opens from your in-app event listing on the App StoreView each metric by territory, source type, device, and more.
This week I want to start a series of posts about the new approach I use to build scalable apps in Swift. Microapps architecture allows you to reduce the compile-time and enhances the separation of concerns in your codebase. Teams can produce a module per feature and run it as a separate app to improve the value delivery.
After 4 years being a Flutter course creator, I’ve decided to get some thoughts down and list out five tips for newcomers. If I were to start over myself and take this advice, I probably would have saved a lot of time.
When first introduced to Git, it’s typical for developers to feel uncomfortable with the process. You might feel uncertainty when encountering the Git commit message, unsure how to properly summarize the changes you’ve made and why you’ve made them. But the earlier in your career you can develop good committing