Here on the Mobile Engineering Team at O’Reilly, we try to lean on Apple’s frameworks as much as possible for a number of obvious reasons (documentation, support, reliability, etc). One of those frameworks we’ve used with middling success is Core Data.
Hi, firstly thanks for this great article. I wonder in the implementation of func |> <A,B>(x: A, f: (A) -> B) -> A . since it’s just returning from type String to String, isn’t it enough to accept only type <A> instead of <A,B>. func |> <A>(x: A, f: (A) -> A) -> A