When a new version of Xcode/Swift is released, I see a flurry of activity on Github related to people posting issues that they can’t compile so-and-so library anymore, can the maintainer please update to the latest language ASAP, etc.
Apps often have many screens, and UIViewControllerworks well as the basis for a screen, together with presentation and navigation APIs. Things are fine until you get lost in the forest of flows, and code becomes hard to maintain.One way to avoid this is the central URL routing approach. Think of it as a network router that handles and resolves all routing requests. This way, the code becomes declarative and decoupled, so that the list component does not need to know what it’s presenting. URL routing also makes logging and tracking easy along with ease of handling external requests such as deep linking.
App makers often think about their mobile app launch as a singular incident — the one major moment where their app is published in the app stores.Yet, the process is more like a continual series of significant moments, where you’re constantly tweaking your app for further improvements and assessing your strategies according to the competitive landscape.