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Two More Examples of Clean Architecture

I recently found two more examples of Clean Architecture. The first one is called CosyHome and is an example iOS ...
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The Clean Architecture: An Example

Today, I’d like to take an example iOS app written with an MVC architecture and show you what the example ...
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The Clean Architecture: An Introduction

In the last post, I talked about various architectures used as alternatives to MVC, in a attempt to solve MVCs ...
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Moving Towards The Clean Architecture for Apple Development

In the last post, I talked about MVC, its problems, and how it could be done right. Various architectures have ...
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Model View Controller: Problems and Solutions

Model View Controller or MVC is the application architecture used by default for applications on all Apple platforms. Most of ...
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5 Ways to Avoid Force Unwrapping

Someone on the reddit iOS Programming group asked “What are the mistakes generally done by iOS developers while coding in ...
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Do You Find The Whole Planning Process Painful?

A thread in the AskPrograming forum on reddit started with this question and I thought I would share my thoughts ...
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Part 4: What Are the Downsides to Putting the Core Data MOC in the App Delegate

In part 3, I talked about why putting the MOC in the app delegate makes any code that uses the ...
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Part 3: What Are The Downsides to Putting the Core Data MOC in the App Delegate

In part 2, I talked about why putting the MOC in the app delegate is a violation of the Single ...
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Part 2: What Are The Downsides to Putting the Core Data MOC in the App Delegate

In my previous post, I gave some reasons why putting the Core Data MOC in your app delegate was a ...
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