Gitflow with Automation for Mobile Apps
Gitflow is a great branching strategy for mobile apps. Automation is essential for achieving our agile principle of delivering working software frequently. Combining these two processes can reduce the burden of deployment, helping us focus on regularly delivering great apps for our users.
Creating Great Enterprise Apps for iOS
Going iOS native with WordPress
WordPress is one of the most popular website platforms available, in fact it powers just under a third of the entire web. I decided to use the WordPress API to see if I could make my blog (this website) available as a native app.
Going for Gold- Taking full advantage of Apple Platforms
Since SwiftUI is supported on all of Apple’s platforms, and we can now create apps entirely with SwiftUI, I thought it would be interesting to see how easily we can adapt a similar app to support all Apple platforms.
Constructing Data with Swift Function Builders
Function builders can be an invaluable tool to help create lists of data cleanly in Swift. It’s helped me to massively reduce the amount of code needed for some of my apps: where certain items are shown or hidden depending on settings and which user views the page.
Building (almost) anything on Bitrise using Docker
Bitrise is gaining a lot of users in the mobile development community- but did you know you can also use it as a CI tool for non-mobile projects too?
Create Tube Status home-screen Widget for iOS 14
In this article, I will detail how to quickly and easily create a home-screen widget for your app, using the London Underground status board as a real-world example.
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