Connecting the dots: BDD, TDD, Use Cases, Architecture and Modular Design

Connecting the dots: BDD, TDD, Use Cases, Architecture and Modular Design

In this episode, we start creating the previously shown Feed feature, by establishing well-defined requirements to guide us in the upcoming development phase.

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What’s More Essential for Developers to Focus On: Result or Process?

What’s More Essential for Developers to Focus On: Result or Process?

In this video, I'd like to ask you an important question, but before that let me tell you what we believe to be one of the best skills a software developer can master: Long-term vision.

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iOS Interview Experience: Why You Didn't Pass the iOS Technical Test

iOS Interview Experience: Why You Didn't Pass the iOS Technical Test

At Essential Developer, we help many developers go through the iOS Interview Experience. Recently, we got this message from one of the members of our community…

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Clean iOS Architecture pt.7: VIP (Clean Swift) – Design Pattern or Architecture?

Clean iOS Architecture pt.7: VIP (Clean Swift) – Design Pattern or Architecture?

Today we're going to analyze the VIP (Clean Swift) Architecture. And, as we did in previous videos with VIPER, MVC, MVVM, and MVP, we will decide if we can call VIP a Software Architecture or a Design Pattern.

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Clean iOS Architecture pt.6: VIPER – Design Pattern or Architecture?

Clean iOS Architecture pt.6: VIPER – Design Pattern or Architecture?

Today we're going to analyze the VIPER iOS Architecture and decide if we can call it a Software Architecture or a Design Pattern like the MVC, MVVM and MVP design patterns we talked about in the previous video.

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iOS App Architecture Best Practices – What We’ve Learned From Teaching Teams

iOS App Architecture Best Practices – What We’ve Learned From Teaching Teams

At Essential Developer, we help individuals and teams achieve their best potential and iOS App Architecture Best Practices is always a common topic in our work. As part of what we do, we often come to the rescue when teams are failing to deliver what the business expects. Over time we identified common patterns amongst dysfunctional teams where one of the most common problems we identified is the misunderstanding of software architecture and its goals.

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