Swift Weekly - Issue #78

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Last week Apple launched a new Swift app development curriculum, a few articles were posted about the
 
May 29 · Issue #78 · View online
Swift Weekly
Last week Apple launched a new Swift app development curriculum, a few articles were posted about the upcoming release of Swift 4 and there was a very interesting article about automatic bridging from Swift to Objective-C among lots of other articles.
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Articles
Apple launches new Swift app development curriculum for free on iBooks, offered at six community colleges this fall | 9to5Mac
Introduction to the Accelerate Framework in Swift - AppCoda
UIKit Global Functions – The Traveled iOS Developer’s Guide – Medium
Tests that don’t crash — Erica Sadun
What's new in Swift 4.0: learn what's changed and why.
Encoding and Decoding in Swift 4 – Mohammad Azam – Medium
Building Swift Projects In Source Compatibility ModeBuilding Swift Projects In Source Compatibility Mode - Daniel Duan
Automatic bridging from Swift to Objective-C using Sourcery - miqu.me
Type-Driven Development with Swift | matt.diephouse.com
Resources
React & Elm inspired frameworks in Swift · GitHub
GitHub - vlas-voloshin/SwiftMethodReferenceLeak
Libraries & Code
GitHub - davbeck/PG.swift
GitHub - keitaoouchi/MarkdownView
GitHub - riteshhgupta/RGListKit
GitHub - nrkno/Tumbleweed
GitHub - blendle/Hanson
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