Month: June 2014

  • Why I’m Not Adopting Swift (For Now)

    If you follow me on Twitter, I’ve made a lot of noise about how I don’t think developers should be adopting Swift in it’s current state. My problem isn’t with the idea of Swift, or replacing Obj-C. I believe Swift could, in the coming weeks or months become a language suitable for writing production code. […]

  • Using NIBs for Awesome

    One of the basic Objective-C design paradigms is Model-View-Controller. Views is views typically have two components. There is the logic that drives a view: formatting, management of subviews, and lifecycle management. And there is appearance of the view. This might include the positioning of subviews, the color of the view and subviews, how the view […]