It was only a couple of weeks ago that we linked to Promises by Google and now it's the turn of PromiseKit with v6 of the library. There are some significant changes in this version, and if you make it all the way to the bottom of this post you'll see that unless there are major Swift languages changes, this project is now considered done.
While we're on the subject. I also found out about Tomorrowland from Kevin Ballard since that last issue as well. There's no shortage of promise libraries these days!
UINavigationController does a great job for smaller apps, but what if you're in a much more complex situation? John Sundell proposes that the coordinator pattern is going to be a better fit, and then goes on to explain how we might implement it in Swift!
Soroush Khanlou continues the discussion on iOS application architecture, specifically the case of not using
UIViewController for everything, and instead asks the question whether it's better to use a simpler controller in some cases?