Weekend Reading, June 3, 2016

Published: Fri, 06/03/16

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Happy Friday there fellow clean swifters. WWDC 2016 is only one week away! What’s on your wish list? I’m trying a new format on Friday’s. Rather than a typical blog post, I’m going to send out a collection of interesting links around the web that I found for you.

In the mean time, I’d love to hear from you, what topics are you interested in hearing about on cleanswifter.com? Just reply to this email and let me know.

Happy cleaning,

I’m really digging Apple’s openness with Swift.
It is not an easy task to evaluate the level of knowledge and experience of another developer.
You can run Amazon Device Farm XCTest suites on actual devices. Setting this up had a couple gotchas, I give you the low down on how to get it working.
There are so many use cases for an “undo stack” in apps. From a word processor to a game, being able to keep a history of actions and back track through them is something that you can use time and time again.
RaizException - Raizlabs Developer Blog
Learn how to improve your user experience when navigating back from selected table and collection view cells through the use of better animated deselection.
Dictionaries are awesome. Here’s a couple things to keep in mind when testing them.
Cloud continuous integration for iOS continues to fascinate me. Bitrise is another player in the market, and look for a formal writeup on cleanswifter.com sometime soon.
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