Swift Weekly - Issue #70

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Swift 3.1 was released last week and it contains some improvements and refinements as explained here
 
April 3 · Issue #70 · View online
Swift Weekly
Swift 3.1 was released last week and it contains some improvements and refinements as explained here and here. Additionally Soroush Khanlou explains why you most likely don’t want to use enumerated(), Alex Curran avoids primitive obsession and much more in this week’s issue.
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Articles
Swift.org - Swift 3.1 Released!
What’s New in Swift 3.1?
Khanlou | You Probably Don't Want enumerated
Avoiding primitive obsession in Swift – CompileSwift – Medium
Swift: Why You Shouldn’t Use Default Implementations in Protocols
Using Step Builder pattern in Swift – Mario Negro – Medium
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The PhotoEditor SDK for HTML5, iOS and Android by Img.ly
Talks
Swift's Pointy Bits: Unsafe Swift & Pointer Types
Libraries & Code
GitHub - EyreFree/EFQRCode
GitHub - adamcichy/SwiftySound
GitHub - 1amageek/Bleu
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