Maybe URLSession is good to use on its own! I like this idea as a simplifier. Just use what you have! I just did this in some of my own code and was really happy with the simplified result.
This came from iOS Dev Weekly…
I liked this article by
Tim Miko on how to build a simple API client with no dependencies. There’s a simple playground example too. iOS Dev Weekly #398
On the other hand,
PromiseKit still looks amazing.
I don’t have any specific plans to use this, but looks like an interesting read as a way to think about app design.
Native iOS A/B testing. Testing design, content changes, design changes, behavioral changes, more.
Talking of sweating the details, here’s Roland Leth on the subject of small extra animations to really give your app that final coat of polish.
Via iOS Dev Weekly.
Why are apps sometimes too big? Specifically, why is the Nest app ~240Mb? A detailed analysis using
Matt Diephouse with a good article that starts out looking back at the Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift session from WWDC 2015 (Was that really 2015? It feels much more recent than that!) and then takes us through a different way to write some of the same code from that session.