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iOS & Swift · 33 Results

iOS & Swift Concurrency
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Swift Concurrency Continuations: Getting Started
Continuations are a powerful part of Swift Concurrency that helps you to convert asynchronous code using delegates and callbacks into code that uses async/await calls, which is exactly what you will do in this article!
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Modern Concurrency: Beyond the Basics
Build on your knowledge of async/await, tasks and asynchronous sequences to use concurrent tasks in safe, performant and predictable asynchronous apps. Learn how to create and use custom AsyncStream sequences, continuations, task groups and custom actors.
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Modern Concurrency: Getting Started
Learn how to use Swift’s new native model for writing safe, efficient concurrent code. Create safe, performant and predictable asynchronous apps using these Swift concurrency features: async/await Tasks MainActor Asynchronous sequences
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Core Data: Beyond the Basics
In this course, you’ll learn about how to fetch, sort and filter entries from a Core Data persistent store. You’ll also dive into some more advanced topics such as delete rules and Core Data with Swift Concurrency.
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AsyncSequence & AsyncStream Tutorial for iOS
Learn how to use Swift concurrency’s AsyncSequence and AsyncStream protocols to process asynchronous sequences.
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SwiftUI and Structured Concurrency
Learn how to manage concurrency into your SwiftUI iOS app.
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Beyond the Code with Paul Hudson – Podcast S12 E07
“Hacking With Swift” powerhouse Paul Hudson shows Susannah and Dru that it’s simply NOT about the code.
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Grand Central Dispatch Tutorial for Swift 5: Part 2/2
Learn all about multithreading, dispatch queues, and concurrency in the second part of this Swift 5 tutorial on Grand Central Dispatch.
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Grand Central Dispatch Tutorial for Swift 5: Part 1/2
Learn all about multithreading, dispatch queues and concurrency in the first part of this Swift 5 tutorial on Grand Central Dispatch.
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From Mentoring to Publishing Apps- Subhrajyoti Sen, Google Development Expert, Talks About It All! – Podcast S12 E05
Google Development Expert Subhrajyoti Sen is on board with Susannah and Dru to talk about everything from mentoring to publishing Apps on the Play Store to even recognizing Kannada writing with Machine Learning
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What’s Up with Scott and Pablo PLUS Their New Book, “WatchOS with SwiftUI by Tutorials”-Podcast S12 E04
Scott and Pablo discuss their new book, “watchOS With SwiftUI by Tutorials”, including when and when not to rely on the simulator.
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Jay Strawn Talks About Boot Camps, Apple Watches, and Life After Podcasting-Podcast S12 E03
Past Season Co-host Jay Strawn joins Dru and Susannah and talks about Boot Camps, Apple Watches, and life after podcasting.
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Jenn Bailey, Professor, Google Developer Groups Mentor and Past Season Co-Host, Comes Back as a Guest on The Show – Podcast S12 E02
Past Season Co-host Jenn Bailey comes back to the show to talk Dru and Suzannah about what’s been going on in her life since co-hosting.
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Marin Todorov, Shai Mishali and The New Book “Modern Concurrency in Swift! – Podcast S12, E01
This episode Dru and Susannah welcome Marin Todorov and Shai Mishali and they discuss the new book “Modern Concurrency in Swift.”
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Integrate Combine Into an App
One of the best ways to test your Combine skills is to put them to use in an app! In this course, put the finishing touches on a Chuck Norris jokes app, using Combine to fetch jokes, translate them into another language, and even - as a bonus - learn how to use Combine with Core Data to save jokes to tell your friends later.
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WWDC 2021: Understand Swift Actors
Swift Actors is a new a language feature presented in WWDC that allows you to write concurrent code without having to deal with the issue of locks or serial queues. This video will give you a walkthrough of this new concurrent feature and how actors works.
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WWDC 2021: Intro to async/await
With WWDC 2021, Apple released a whole bunch of concurrency features with async/await leading the pack. In this video, you'll learn how to use this new language feature but more importantly, you'll learn how it fits into Apple's concurrency landscape.
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async/await in SwiftUI
Convert a SwiftUI app to use the new Swift concurrency and find out what’s going on beneath the shiny surface.
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Intermediate Combine
Combine has a number of operators to help with handling network data, sharing resources with multiple subscribers, and managing errors. Once those are in place, you can perform unit tests on your Combine pipelines to make sure everything is running error-free.
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What's Updated in SwiftUI and Combine
SwiftUI and Combine have both gone through many changes since WWDC 2019 - this course covers some of those changes and introduces a few more things along the way.
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Combine: Operators and Pipelines
Combine has a wide array of operators that can subscribe to a publisher, modify the data, and republish it for another subscriber to use. Operators can be combined to form pipelines to fully process your data.
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Combine: Subscribers
Combine includes a series of built in subscribers throughout the iOS frameworks that can get data from publishers in your code. This screencast demonstrates how you can use them in your projects.
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Combine: Publishers
Combine includes a series of built in publishers throughout the iOS frameworks that generate data to which you can subscribe. This screencast demonstrates how you can use them in your projects.
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Combine: Intro to Combine
Combine introduces a native way to manage asynchronous events in Swift, which means you don't have to rely on third party reactive frameworks.