To notch, or not to notch? That is the question every developer seems to be asking themselves and while some developers have gotten quite creative with the notch, others would rather pretend it doesn't exist. If you're part of the latter group, then check out NotchKit. It provides a simple way to hide the notch on the iPhone X, and create a card-like interface for your apps. 👻
Although animations can improve a user's experience, sometimes they can also make it worse. Sash Zats has put together a useful checklist that will hopefully help us all get better at knowing when to show these delightful experiences and when to hold back.
I don't think we've ever actually directly linked to AudioKit before (although there was a video about it in Issue 241) so let's fix that by linking to this major new version that supports Swift 4 and has a load of new features as well!
If you've ever wondered what the correct way to structure your app bundle identifiers or dispatch queues is, you're in luck. Here's a short yet solid list of tips and tricks on how to make your life easier when dealing with extensions, in-app purchases, app groups and more.
John Sundell with a well-written guide on how to create your own custom collections and the benefits they provide. What better way to learn more about collections than building out your own implementation? 😎