What are some of my favorite techniques for cleaner and more readable code?Read on →
I wrote a blogpost about improving iteration speed and why code injection is awesome when you work on small changes. Read it on Lextech blog
Use it or not, KVO has been integral part of Cocoa programming, yet if you decide to use only native Swift code you are loosing ability to observe other object properties.
There is a way to add Observable properties back to your own codebase with generics in a way they won’t have ripple effect on remaining code, it’s actually pretty cool.Read on →
Xcode 6 brought some great improvements to interface builder, one of the coolest one is ability to design custom views, even cooler is the fact that few people realised - IBInspectable works on ANY object, this makes my Behaviours even better!Read on →
Did you ever see image split available in Kaleidoscope? It’s really easy to implement similar one in iOS with some CoreAnimation code.
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When it comes to architecture choices, the model layer is very important, flexible data parsing will allow us to add new types of objects easily, so making a mistake in this part of our app might lead to serious problems in the future.
Let’s look at how we could create a simple yet flexible architecture for our model layer.Read on →
I believe in boy scout rule: ‘Always leave the campground cleaner than you found it.’, that’s why I constantly refactor my code so it’s clean and tidy.
Readability is one of my main concerns when it comes to programming quality. I’d like to share few less-known refactoring tricks I use to simplify code.Read on →
I do lots of code reviews, what are top 7 most common issues I find?Read on →
This will be subjective look at creating iOS app, first part will focus on basics like project setup, folder structure, version control and some quality metrics.Read on →
Easy to apply tips that can improve your development workflow.Read on →