Finally, I have found strength in myself to continue work on the digest. I’m sorry for the long delay but otherwise digest will fall into copy-paste without real curating.
Just several weeks left till Apple presentation and changing of iOS 11 and XCode status to production. It’s a good time to check your apps for iOS 11 compatibility.
Adoption of iOS 10 is 91.8% due to Mixpanel and 87% due to Apple. iOS 11 drops support of several devices more, so “other” list will include more legacy devices. However, in statistics of my apps, I see significant difference from global Mixpanel and Apple stats. Almost 98% are iOS 10. So, check your stats and decide. As usual, I recommend drop support of old versions and use benefits of new.
- iOS ARKit Tutorial: Drawing in the Air with Bare Fingers
- Swift Unwrapped podcast: 25: ABI Stability – Calling Convention, Runtime and Standard Library
- #315: Codable Basics
- How we cut our iOS app’s launch time in half (with this one cool trick)
- iOS 11 has a ‘cop button’ to temporarily disable Touch ID
- Proposal draft: Concurrency in Swift: One possible approach
- What’s New in Android Oreo for Developers [Video]
- Google released source for Google I/O 2017 application for Android
- Understanding the performance benefits of ConstraintLayout
- Swift in Android Apps
- validator. A tiny library for easily validating TextInputLayouts in Android
- LoggingInterceptor. An OkHttp interceptor which pretty logs request and response data
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