Security is a big topic in software engineering but how does it apply to mobile development? We care about user experience or mobile performance, security issues are rarely prioritized. This week, I’ll share how to integrate security tools into your CI pipeline to stay aware of your codebase health.
For most mobile engineers, the end game is to release our own apps. For the few projects that make it to the App Store, it can be pretty hard to keep them alive over time. Eventually, the question comes up: should I remove my app from the App Store? Today, I’ll share about the thought process that makes me sunset one.
I’ve been exploring more and more tooling around iOS ecosystem. One tool I really enjoy using those days is Github Action as a continuous integration for my projects. Today we’ll dive into tips and tweaks to make the most of it.
When it comes to iOS development, everybody have their own favorite language and framework: Swift, Objective-C, SwiftUI, React-Native, Flutter and so on. Unlike most of my previous post, today we’re going to leverage some iOS tooling for cross platforms technology: fastlane and Flutter.
A big part of the developer journey is make sure our code behaves as expected. It’s best practice to setup tests that allow us to test quickly and often that nothing is broken. If unit testing is common practice to check the business logic, we can also extend it to cover some specific UI behaviors. Let’s how to unit test views and gesture in UIKit.
A question that comes back often when using Coordinator pattern in iOS development is how to pass data between views. Today I’ll share different approaches for a same solution, regardless if you are using MVVM, MVC or other architectural design pattern.
- OLDER POSTS
- page 1 of 13