To celebrate this week's big announcement Artem Sydorenko has put together this little project showing various methods for producing a "shatter" type view controller transition. You should definitely check out the GitHub project as well, it's a masterclass in transition delegates.
I like MVVM, it's a very practical way to add a little more separation and cleanliness to your code. Ash Furrow gives us an in-depth look at how they have been implementing MVVM in Swift at Artsy. Oh and if you're in the mood for more Ash, I also really enjoyed his recent talk from the GOTO conference in Copenhagen.
Remember Horizon? It had a noble goal of eliminating vertical video syndrome. Great news is that now your app can also do the same as they've released their technology as an SDK. Of course it can record always horizontal video but also includes support for processing either through CI filters or with access to the video buffer directly.
Simon Gladman is back again this week with more 3D Touch experiments. This time it's an experimental UI for retouching photos using pressure to vary the intensity of whatever retouch effect you're currently applying. Of course, full source code is included in the GitHub project.