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  • Did you know: It is possible to write declarative and immutable Swift that resembles natural English, just with some very wild punctation.
    reddit.com/r/swift | 2021-07-25
    Sure! It’s by the Pointfree Co. team - here’s the website: The Composable Architecture
  • The Composable Architecture tutorial
    dev.to | 2021-07-23
    // swift-tools-version:5.3 // The swift-tools-version declares the minimum version of Swift required to build this package. import PackageDescription let package = Package( name: "DogBreedsComponent", platforms: [.iOS(.v14)], products: [ .library( name: "DogBreedsComponent", targets: ["DogBreedsComponent"] ), ], dependencies: [ // 1. .package( name: "swift-composable-architecture", url: "https://github.com/pointfreeco/swift-composable-architecture.git", .exact("0.17.0") ), // 2. .package( name: "Kingfisher", url: "https://github.com/onevcat/Kingfisher", .exact("6.2.1") ) ], targets: [ .target( name: "DogBreedsComponent", dependencies: [ .product(name: "ComposableArchitecture", package: "swift-composable-architecture"), .product(name: "Kingfisher", package: "Kingfisher") ] ), .testTarget( name: "DogBreedsComponentTests", dependencies: [ "DogBreedsComponent", .product(name: "ComposableArchitecture", package: "swift-composable-architecture") ] ), ] )
    dev.to | 2021-07-23
    Today we are going to build a simple app, consisting of 2 screens, using the composable architecture (TCA for short). TCA is a variant of an unidirectional architecture built upon reactive programming principles, created by PointFree. They provide extensive documentation about it and its creation process. You can check it out here. Interesting stuff and highly recommended if you like to understand every concept as intended by its creators.
  • How to cook reactive programming. Part 3: Modularization.
    dev.to | 2021-07-23
    As I've mentioned before, what I've shown you I took from the pointfree channel. I've tried to make things a little bit different. They separated the app by modules, but I attached the existing module to the app. It’s not a big difference, but if you want to go deeper consider watching their videos as well. Also, they've explained a lot of functional programming concepts, which we used to achieve this modularization approach.
    dev.to | 2021-07-23
    If you read my previous article, I bet you've already understood what architecture I'm going to talk about. Composable Architecture provides a really good way for modularization. What do they do?
  • Pure Swift state management pattern
    reddit.com/r/swift | 2021-07-17
    Similar to https://github.com/pointfreeco/swift-composable-architecture
  • Thoughts on SwiftUI navigation
    dev.to | 2021-04-24
    Another solution comes from the authors of ComposableArchitecture, although it's not (yet) an official one. On a separate branch, there is an extension to the Reducer that is meant to be used to solve our problem. Instead of combining reducers with .optional and .pullback operators as proposed earlier, we can use .presents operator, like this:
  • SwiftUI architecture
    reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 2021-03-29
    I’m currently using the composable architecture. TCA is the result of video series by Point Free that discusses what Apple provides with SwiftUI, in detail, and iterates though the of the evolution of the architecture, to fill in the gaps. Most of the content is available by subscription, but there is free content as well, which includes a four part overview on the architecture itself. I highly recommend subscribing as the detailed walkthrough of building the architecture is extremely useful and helps clarify some of the more complicated aspects of its use.
  • Open Sourcing isowords (Pointfree.co)
    reddit.com/r/swift | 2021-03-18
    From here I found the following snippet interesting.
    reddit.com/r/swift | 2021-03-18
    Very interesting to read the ComposableArchitecture Source Code. Trying to wrap my head around the design decisions, looks pretty good!
  • What open source library/framework is well known for its superior code documentation/comments?
    reddit.com/r/swift | 2021-03-13
    Compostable architecture started by the Pointree folks is heavily commented and tested. It also has a directory with many examples.
  • What is the best resource to buy quality courses or books to learn SwiftUI?
    reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 2021-03-04
    Depending on your skill level, I highly recommend pointfree. They are ahead of the curve and have a unique approach to solving problems!
  • What are the currently active Haskell podcasts?
    reddit.com/r/haskell | 2021-02-24
    Point Free (NOT FREE! Swift oriented)
  • Tips for a junior iOS developer trying to become mid level?
    For iOS-specific stuff, I have really enjoyed the stuff from objc.io. Not books, but have also heard good things about Point Free
  • Does everybody just not use MVVM or am I just missing something?
    reddit.com/r/SwiftUI | 2021-02-12
    Used to always use MVVM for UIKit iOS apps, for SwiftUI I’m always using Composable Architecture/Redux-based architecture which in my mind fits with SwiftUI a lot better, although I can’t speak for the ease of integrating Core Data into that


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