Yes, yes, I understand that it’s 2020 and that all hardcore iOS developers write exclusively in and . And writing an article about is somehow ‘not cool.’ However, 2020 turned out to be different from all previous years. Very different.

As soon as a full lockdown hit Dublin…

I am continuing the series of articles about the RouteComposer library that we use. In this article, I want to talk about the Coordinator Pattern. I was prompted to write this article by a discussion in one of the previous articles about the Coordinator Pattern.

The Coordinator Pattern, having been…

In my previous article I brought you through RouteComposer— the library we use in our iOS applications that handles composition, navigation and deep-linking tasks. In this article I will go over some tricky elements of the library.

How the Router parses the configuration:

The Router goes by the chain of steps starting from the first step…

In this article I want to share the experience that we have been successfully using for several years in our iOS applications, 3 of which are currently in the Appstore (Saks Fifth Avenue, Gilt, Appytoy). This approach has proved itself to be effective and we recently segregated it from the…

Eugene Kazaev

IOS Developer in Websummit

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