Swift Style Guides & Other Resources

Swift Style Guides & Other Resources

Syntactically correct Swift code does not necessarily mean great Swift code.
Programming in Swift requires you to adhere to some linguistic and other rules. Swift 3.0 brought a plethora of changes and you must wrap your head around the new rules to implement them correctly.

Here are a couple of resources to make the transition easier:

Also, you may want to check out my course Design Patterns in Swift: Creational on Pluralsight. I’m currently working on the next part of the Design Patterns in Swift series.

About the Author:

Károly Nyisztor is a veteran mobile developer and instructor. He has built several successful iOS apps and games—most of which were featured by Apple—and is the founder at LEAKKA, a software development, and tech consulting company. He's worked with companies such as Apple, Siemens, SAP, and Zen Studios. Currently, he spends most of his days as a professional software engineer and IT architect. In addition, he teaches object-oriented software design, iOS, Swift, Objective-C, and UML. As an instructor, his aim is to share his 20+ years of software development expertise and change the lives of students throughout the world. He's passionate about helping people reveal hidden talents, and guide them into the world of startups and programming. You can find his courses and books on all major platforms including Amazon, Lynda, LinkedIn Learning, Pluralsight, Udemy, and iTunes.

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