If you are using Transformable properties in CoreData, there is a chance (probably when dropping iOS 12 support) that you eventually face compiler warnings about your model properties not using secure Value transformers. While figuring this out, I decided to write a post, so here it is.
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Gists are short bits of code you can share and reuse. They act as lightweight repos, feature version control, and can include anything from a string to multiple files. You can also embed them on any website, which is excellent to share examples, but unfortunately, there’s no way to change the default syntax highlighting. Let’s fix that.
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Most of my recent experience is in IT Consulting firms, where you usually get the chance to work on short term projects (mostly), or staff augmentation gigs, but opportunities to work on real product development are slim.
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After looking at the Redux approach, figuring things out and writing the previous set of posts (The Basics, Side Effects and Error Handling), I wanted to put it all in practice with a real app, and decided to rewrite Bouncer (again). Here is how it went…
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In the previous post, we’ve implemented Middleware support to facilitate asynchronous operations and extended functionality, and today we will be following up with Error handling and improving our User Experience.
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In the previous post we went through setting up the basic architecture for iOS with Redux-like approach, and now we will be following up with additional optimizations and support for asynchronous functions or side effects.
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Since the beta release of iOS 14 and now that SwiftUI is a little more mature, I have been exploring different architectures that better fit its patterns. After working with React for a while, I got curious about using something similar to Redux on iOS.
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I have decided to rewrite Bouncer from scratch using the latest SwiftUI version available in iOS 14. This includes using the new SwiftUI App Lifecycle, which allows you to skip UIKit entirely, alongside the AppDelegate and Storyboards.
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