Memory dump - March 2018- 2 mins
Here is a summary of the best news and articles I’ve read during March 2018. The criteria are very simple - the selection is 100% subjective.
📱 iOS Development
WWDC 2018 is officially announced! Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will be held from June 4–8. That will be the best time to make a stock of craft beer, stay at home for a week, and replace Netflix with https://developer.apple.com/videos/.
Charles Proxy is available for iOS. This well-known development tool for intercepting http and https requests and responses now has its iOS equivalent. Definitely worth the interest.
👨💻 Software Development
GDPR - a practical guide for developers. An excellent article explaining how you should adjust software to new European data protection regulations.
Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2018 is now published. A lot of interesting insights. Kotlin is better loved than Swift, while Objective-C is among 10 of the most dreaded languages.
The power of sets in Swift.
Set, one of the basic collection data structures, is not as often used as
array, but it does have some benefits.
First-class swift API for Objective-C frameworks. How to improve Objective-C and Swift interoperability by putting in some extra effort.
Finally, public information about GrayKey has appeared. The inconspicuous little grey box that can unlock possibly any iPhone and seems to be a real security threat.