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Hey folks! As you know, We’ve been talked about Xcode 10 recent year. Then, ta-da! Let’s talk about Xcode 11 at the moment. 🆒

We have lots of topics to discuss and dive into the deep. Firstly, let’s categorize them.

  • SwiftUI
  • Support of Swift Package Manager
  • Editor-based changes


Hey folks! We’ll talk about Xcode 10 enhancements and discover which advantages bring to us.

As you can see in above, all of bars, background and much more stuff are adapted to Dark Mode. It will look good to us. Let’s look the Dark Mode before the technical enhancements.

  • Apple…

San Jose McEnery Convention Center (Taken by me)

Hey folks 🤚🏼

I have not been able to write new articles for a few months, there are several reasons (first one is WWDC’18), but I won’t talk about that right now. Go go go 🤟🏼

Encoding and Decoding Custom Types

Make your data types encodable and decodable for compatibility…

The hierarchy of UINavigationController

Hello everybody, we’ll talk about the UINavigationController today. 🤠

A UINavigationController allows you to manage a large number of view controllers in stack.

Let me explain you,

You have an application that have main, login and signup controller, that application starts running on main controller, you have two button to…

Hey Swift folks!, We are going to talk about “Optional Binding” in Swift.

If you are not familiar with Swift, Optional Binding may be a strange topic for you. But, do not worry! I will try to explain what it is in this post.

Our main symbol is “?” to…

Batuhan Saka

iOS Engineer |  WWDC’18 Scholar

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