Swift code types navigator

Software visualization gives an overview of the current state of your codebase. With it, you can onboard new team members faster, but also refresh your knowledge on an older code. There are tools that generate diagrams, graphs and other types of visualizations for most programming languages. For Swift, we have this great tool for creating […]

Pragmatic iOS app architecture

Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of articles on app architectures. There are many such articles, with many different opinions and solutions. It’s great that developers are sharing their experiences, the pros and cons that might help us decide which road to take in our future projects. I agree that there are many nice architectures, […]

Flexible table views with descriptor arrays

Introduction Frequently, in our work as iOS developers, we have to present some kind of data in a table view or in a collection view. There are many ways to customise the standard Apple components by implementing the their datasource and delegate methods. Most of the time, our task comes down to implementing the required […]

Forward pipe operator in Swift

One of the most debatable Swift features is the possibility to create your own (or overload the existing) operators. This feature has both pros and cons – on one hand you can make your code more readable, by getting rid of some verbose stuff. However, on the other hand, you might not implement the operator […]

iOSCon 2018

Conferences are a great opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences with the fellow developers. The iOS community is pretty cool – there are a lot of fantastic people who are building apps and tools, but also share knowledge with everyone who wants to work as an iOS engineer. I’m very excited to attend iOSCon 2018, […]

Common iOS development mistakes

Introduction Developing iOS apps is fun and challenging. During this process, we sometimes make bad decisions and mistakes, that can have impact on the quality of the app (both technical and from the user’s perspective). Some of those pitfalls can cause crashes in our apps, making users angry. Others can make the maintenance of the […]

My book is published!

I’m very excited to announce that my book Developing Conversational Interfaces for iOS is officially published by Apress, one of the world’s leading IT books publishers. You can order the book here. I hope you will like it and I’m looking forward to your feedback. You can read about my experience writing the book here. […]