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Sarahยท2y

#318: Codable Enums ๐Ÿ“ 

In Bites #316 and #317, we began looking at Swift's new Codable (Encodable & Decodable) protocols. Today we'll continue by learning more about how Swift Enums work can work with these protocols. Let's get started. ย  ย  ย  Pro Tip: Writing all of this by hand can get extremelyโ€ฆ

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Sarahยท2y

317: Crafting Great Reverse-DNS Identifiers ๐Ÿ†”

Apple platforms make heavy use of "reverse-DNS" identifiers. They appear everywhere from our Application's Identifier all the way down to the Dispatch Queues we create in our code. These identifiers are somewhat opaque in a conceptual sense, and have been around in programmingโ€ฆ

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Sarahยท2y

#316: Codable Dates ๐Ÿ“ 

In Bite 315 we started looking at the new Codable protocol in Swift 4. Today we'll learn how to work with Date types when encoding and decoding. Let's dive in. ย  ย  ย  Read the Original Post Here Thanks to our sponsor: BuddyBuild โ€ฆ

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Sarahยท2y

#315: Codable Basics ๐Ÿ“ 

Swift 4 has brought with it a ton of great improvements. Today we'll cover one of them, it's the new Codable protocol! Codable ships with Swift 4 as part of the Swift standard library and allows us to conform our own types to it to get encoding and decoding functionality "forโ€ฆ

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Jake Marshยท2y

Bite Ideas/Requests ๐Ÿซ

Hello! Jake here, I write Little Bites of Cocoa. I'd love to hear any requests for topics of future Bites! Here's a few themes of previous Bites to get your brain fired up (please feel free to suggest absolutely anything, these are just brainstorm food): โ€ฆ

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Jake Marshยท2y

#303: Editing Videos in UIKit ๐Ÿ“ผ

Today we're continuing our hunt for hidden gems in UIKit with UIVideoEditorController. It's a cousin to UIImagePickerViewController that exposes <i>just</i> the basic video editing functionality from that class in a standalone, dedicated video editing view controller. Let's giveโ€ฆ

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