I missed this article from Kyle Sherman when it was first published in August but came across it this week, and it's great. Before you can improve your scrolling performance, you need to know how to test how fast it is.
By the way, just a a quick reminder that the primary way that I source content is by reading the feeds from the iOS Dev Directory. If you write about iOS development or Swift, you know what to do! Kyle's blog wasn't listed previously, but it is now! 👍
Can you write a ~2,700 word article about how to unit test the calling of a single class method that takes no parameters? Actually, yes you can! Josh Adams shows us how. 😂
I hadn't come across the term debouncing before, although I was familiar with the concept. Debouncing while your app is in the background though? Interesting article from Belle B. Cooper.
Like Pierre Felgines, I have also seen view and model logic merge too many times as soon as an attributed text is needed. How do you solve it? How about separating the semantics of the styling from the application of the styles? The purity of this solution does come with the cost of additional complexity, but it's going to be appropriate in certain situations.