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Should every if statement has an else clause

Every switch statement has a default case. Every do-catch statement has a catch clause. Should every if statement has an else clause?

Spell checking in Xcode

Did you know that you have an option to enable spell checking in Xcode?

4 Xcode shortcuts to get back your screen space

Working on your MacBook without an external monitor can be troublesome due to the small screen size. I will show you 4 Xcode shortcuts that might mitigate the situation.

Flutter: How much time do you save, and at what cost

The idea that you can use one codebase for multiple platforms and cut development time by half is tempting, but what do you trade for this time saved?

How to manually add existing certificates to the Fastlane match

Learn how to import .cer and p12 to Fastlane match without nuke or creating a new one.

How to share an iOS distribution certificate

Learn how to create, export, and import certificate without any third-party tools.

How to read App Name, Version, and Build Number from Info.plist

Learn an easy way to read the information in Info.plist.

How to set up iOS environments: develop, staging, and production

Learn how to create a separate environment for your app with the help of Configuration and Scheme. Create a different app and variables for each environment on the same codebase.

4 Xcode shortcuts to boost your productivity for SwiftUI

Leaning tips and tricks about the tool will help you down the road. Today, I will show you 4 Xcode shortcuts that I find helpful when dealing with SwiftUI.

What is the difference between Tuist init and scaffold

A brief summary of init and scaffold commands.

Tuist scaffold: How to use the Tuist template to create a new module for an ongoing project

Learn how the scaffold command helps you to bootstrap new components or features such as a new VIPER module or a new framework for your new feature.

Tuist init: How to use Tuist templates to bootstrap your project

Learn how to use, and limitations of tuist init, a command that bootstrap a new project.

Tuist Template: What is it and how to create them

The template is a way to group repetitive code structure into a reusable component. You will learn how to create them in this article.

How to add a unit test target to a Tuist project

We will see how hard (or easy) it is to add a new unit testing bundle target to your Xcode project with Tuist.

Getting Started with Tuist

A brief introduction to Tuist, a command-line tool that helps you generate Xcode projects.

Quick way to open a Custom URL Scheme in iOS Simulator

In the past, the way I test a custom URL scheme is to go to Safari and open up any of my custom URLs. If you are still doing that, there is a better alternative.

How to renew an expired certificate with Fastlane Match

Fastlane Match saves us a lot of time managing certificates and provisioning profiles, but there is one thing that we have to do it manually. That is a renewal expired certificate. Luckily, we have to do it once a year. Let's learn how to do it.

Add custom SwiftUI view to View Library with LibraryContentProvider

A new way to create a reusable view.

How to create code snippets in Xcode

Create a reusable boilerplate snippet that you can use in the project.

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