Do you usually use periphery (or other code optimization tools) so that your final built release app is fast/ small?

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  • periphery

    A tool to identify unused code in Swift projects.

    I was wondering, do you usually use tool like periphery (, to ensure your release built app is optimized?

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    Bloaty McBloatface: a size profiler for binaries

    I was able to shave a few % off our app binary with Bloaty. It’s pretty hard to use but once you figure out how to make regular expressions to properly classify things from your codebase, you can really visually analyze what your binary is composed of.

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