Weekend Reading, July 1, 2016

Published: Fri, 07/01/16

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Happy Friday fellow Clean Swifters. We’re looking at a 3-day weekend here in the United States, I can’t wait. More time to catch up on WWDC sessions! Here’s some other suggested reading if you find yourself with free time this weekend.

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A nice roundup of random observations from WWDC 2016 from Ole Begemann.


I’ve written about using mocks in Swift. This describes a different and useful approach.

Ray Wenderlich

In this tutorial you'll learn how to enable self-sizing table view cells, as well as how to make them resize on-demand, and support Dynamic Type.


Justin Williams is the king of Autolayout. Here’s a summary of the changes in iOS 10.

Recommended WWDC Session of the Week

There are some awesome changes coming to xcodebuild, the command line interface for compiling iOS apps and running their tests. I wish there was more than one of these sessions a year.


“It’s difficult for me to spend my free time working on a project that I know affects almost every single person with an iPhone, and then coming back to a project that effectively makes it really great for students of the arts, and people wanting to buy art.” - Orta Therox

In case you missed it


IBOutlet Local Reasoning can be achieved through use of a property observer. Here's what Local Reasoning is, and how to achieve it with IBOutlets.

Erica Sadun

Iterations on Selection Sort, coordinated by Erica Sadun, towards making it “Swifter.”

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