Swift Weekly - Issue #94

In this issue, Guy Daher compares a few stats and surveys about Swift, Joshua Emmons moves Swift thro
October 23 · Issue #94 · View online
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Swift.org - Swift 4.1 Release Process
What Stats and Surveys are saying about Swift in 2017
Moving Safety into Types — Figure
Open sourcing Swift code — Swift by Sundell
Exploring Swift’s numeric types and protocols // Speaker Deck
iOS Architecture: A State Container based approach – Jobandtalent Engineering
Dependency Injection with the Cake Pattern – Peter-John Welcome – Medium
How not to get desperate with MVVM implementation – Flawless App Stories – Medium
Back to the fundamentals: Sorting algorithms in Swift (from scratch!)
XS-Labs - Blog - 10/08/2017 - Better NSUserDefaults with Swift
Modern RxSwift Architectures
Improving Swift Tools with libSyntax
Libraries & Code
GitHub - JohnSundell/ImagineEngine
GitHub - marcosgriselli/ViewAnimator
GitHub - kaunteya/Linex
GitHub - Nirma/Default
GitHub - vhesener/Closures
GitHub - Taillook/ZipCode4s
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