We’ve had many conversation at our SwiftCoders Meetup about whether to use Storyboards in a team or with a big project.
There could be merge conflicts, there are more files to manage instead of coding the UI, and sometimes it’s not obvious where a property is set. These are important issues yet the advantages overweigh them if you’re willing to take the leap.
Let’s talk about the ways to avoid some of these issues and how to make Storyboards one of the most important tools in the workflow of a UI developer.
When I first started using Storyboards, I just kept everything in the main Storyboard and overtime it became impossible to manage. …
Every so often I see an article recommending useful apps for Mac. 9to5Mac just posted one that inspired to finally put my list in writing. I also presented at a Learn Swift LA meetup recently and was asked about the apps I used on screen.
The following list contains only apps I own or have a subscription for. Free alternatives are mentioned if I found any.
One cannot write about Mac apps without mentioning the ones made by Apple. …