As a seasoned software architect with extensive experience, I founded Side Effect to provide top-notch architectural services to companies seeking mobile development expertise. Throughout my career working in both small and large businesses, I have faced various challenges. In this blog, I share some of my experiences and lessons learned. I hope you find it enjoyable to read.
Usually my posts are mostly about design patterns, software architectures (or RxFlow 😀), but this time it will be different and frankly I didn't think I would write about this kind of topic. But I think I have something cool to share - so today we are going to talk about Animations with Swift.
Hi folks. Lately MVVM has become some sort of standard as an architecture for iOS apps. It offers a good separation of concerns, a good way to format data and great view binding mechanisms with frameworks such as RxSwift. In this post I will give few tips I use to ease the implementation of this pattern.
This is the final chapter of our journey within RxFlow. I’ve already exposed all the key features/principles of the framework in these 2 previous parts, let’s dive into some tips and tricks I used thanks to Reactive Programming.