A podcast by iOS developers for iOS developers, delivering news, tips, and rants for professional iOS/Mac developers, with something for enterprise and indie developers alike.
Hosted by Darryl Thomas and John Sextro.
Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) including what's new (not much) and suggestions for when to use weak vs. unowned.
Optional Chaining including Nil protection, multiple optional calls chained and the Law of Demeter.
Generics including generic functions, generic types, associated type, type constraints and the use of the Where clause.
Darryl finishes up some homework assignments and address some corrections. He covers Overriding private methods, private methods in notification selectors, factory methods and follow-up on initializers.
Chad and Darryl continue our series on Swift. This time they take a look at Inheritance, Initializer and Deinitializers.
We cover the tweet shoutouts, homework assignments and wrap things up with our picks of the episode.
We welcome special guest Kim Etzel (wife of host Chad Etzel) to the show to discuss ResearchKit from the perspective of someone in the research community with an interest in gaining the benefits of ResearchKit.
Swift Methods, including instance methods, type methods, self and mutating structs and enums.
Access Control, public internal and private
This week we pickup where we left off with our deep dive into swift. We identify a few corrections that you helped us with and then we dive deep into properties.
We follow that up with a discussion of Methods, Self and Visibility
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