iOS, Swift & DI: The antidote to legacy code and stagnant careers | iOS Lead Essentials Podcast #003

iOS, Swift & DI: The antidote to legacy code and stagnant careers | iOS Lead Essentials Podcast #003

In this podcast, we go deep into Dependency Injection principles, practices, and patterns for overdelivering fantastic iOS applications. So, you can get on the path to achieving an enriching and fulfilling iOS dev career.

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Why mocking in iOS tests may not stop network and DB activity entirely

Why mocking in iOS tests may not stop network and DB activity entirely

An excellent iOS test suite is fast, reliable, precise and, reproducible. A common problem that makes automated testing in iOS slow and flaky is the presence of unexpected side-effects and artifacts during the execution of unit tests.

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3 Steps to Prepare Your Apps for SwiftUI, Combine, iPadOS, Project Catalyst, and Any Other Leaps in the iOS Industry

3 Steps to Prepare Your Apps for SwiftUI, Combine, iPadOS, Project Catalyst, and Any Other Leaps in the iOS Industry

At this year's WWDC, Apple caught most of the developers by surprise with the announcement of new frameworks and platforms such as SwiftUI, Combine, iPadOS, Project Catalyst, and many other fantastic updates.

Once more, iOS developers are looking at a fantastic opportunity for getting ahead in the game by mastering new technologies and providing outstanding value in the iOS job market.

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How Deleting Swift Code Can Make You a More Valuable iOS Developer—Clean iOS Codebase Series

How Deleting Swift Code Can Make You a More Valuable iOS Developer—Clean iOS Codebase Series

The ability to develop and maintain a clean iOS codebase is essential to becoming a remarkable iOS Developer. A simple but extremely valuable action you can take is removing unused code—mercilessly. At the same time, we meet many developers afraid of deleting code because they might need it in the future.

Today, you’ll learn two ways for retrieving deleted code from a git repository and how good practices for commits facilitate the maintenance of a clean iOS codebase.



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Swift Networking API: Singletons, Globals, or Dependency Injection?! [Preview]

Swift Networking API: Singletons, Globals, or Dependency Injection?! [Preview]

In this episode, we start implementing the `RemoteFeedLoader` (API) module by following the Load Feed Use Case requirements.

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Careful With “Singleton” Lookalikes (WAY TOO COMMON)

Careful With “Singleton” Lookalikes (WAY TOO COMMON)

Have you ever been told that Singleton is an anti-pattern? Well, Singletons can be ok, but if you are not careful, they aren’t just an anti-pattern. THEY CAN BE DANGEROUS!

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