Brisk a simple lightweight Networking Framework written in Swift


This is gonna be a short and sweet blog post… I’ve been working on a little pet project to practise and learn some Swift, so I thought, what do I use the most in projects these days… its networking. I’ve published on github.com my first attempt Brisk, its no where near complete and only has basic functionality right now, but if it becomes interesting i’ll pick up the effort and add more, until then, its a great educational exercise, you can check it out here and be sure to contribute back 🙂 it should work on both OS X and iOS and is MIT Licensed.

 

Objective-C iOS Code Style Guidelines (Part #1)

I move around on different projects a lot and work with different developers every few months. One thing I’ve noticed is people picking up bad habits from blogs and Stack Overflow posts that get very popular despite their quality (this is not a blanket statement of course)… On the other hand however, I’m able to share experiences with other developers and pickup some good tips in the process. One bone picking point is always what convention to use, when, where and most importantly… Why!

Something i’ve been asked for a few times recently and something I continually tweak as my own preferences and style changes is my Objective-C iOS Code Style Guideline doc. I thought i’d share it here for everyone to use, love and consume. All I ask is that you don’t steal it as your own and that you perform any discussion on twitter using #mike.kz or message me @italoarmstrong 🙂

These guidelines of course are my own personal preferences, which have developed over many years and will continue to change, even as writing this point, I changed my mind on a few points in the below guide. So take inspiration from it, rather than thinking “this is correct way of doing it” as its not. Thats usually the point in a “guideline”.

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