Clear and searchable logging in Swift with OSLog
Logging is a useful tool for diagnosing issues and working out what an app is doing. We will explore Apple's currently recommended way of logging via OSLog, covering how to use it and managing its differences when compared to other logging approaches.
Create Xcode file templates and share them with your team
When creating new files in Xcode the built-in templates often contain code we immediately delete or need to alter. We will explore the process of creating our own templates and how to go about sharing them with the rest of our team members.
A modular analytics layer in Swift
Ensuring your analytics implementation is easy to use, alter and extend can be difficult. Let's have a look at a possible solution by building a modular analytics layer together in Swift.
Managing secrets within an iOS app
Almost all iOS apps have API keys and other secrets, but simple approaches for managing them can be insecure. We will look at some different options for keeping secrets out of source control and accessing them securely from your code.