iOS Architecture Patterns: MVC, MVP, MVVM, VIPER, and VIP in Swift
Ready to level up your iOS development skills? Look no further than iOS Architecture Patterns: MVC, MVP, MVVM, VIPER, and VIP in Swift. This comprehensive guide covers five of the most popular architecture patterns in the industry and how to implement them in your Swift projects. With clear explanations, code examples, and practical advice, you’ll learn how to design and build iOS apps that are scalable, maintainable, and easy to test. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer, iOS Architecture Patterns will help you take your coding skills to new heights. Get your copy now and start building better apps with Swift today!I want to boost my career!
Clean Swift, also known as VIP (View-Interactor-Presenter) architecture, is an iOS application design pattern that Raymond Law introduced it in 2014 as an alternative to the popular Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern.
What are SOLID principles? As a developer, you probably use or have heard about SOLID principles.
Introduction to Design patterns Normally, in software development we often encounter problems that have similar characteristics.
The Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern is a basic component of creating app user interfaces, as any iOS developer is aware.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery What is Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery of software?
Introduction What is new in Swift 5.3 (whose publication process was announced by Apple on 3/25) can be found both at the code level (multi-pattern catch, multiple trailing closure …) and in the use of Swift Package Manager (addition of binary dependencies or resources.
Introduction Surely you have applied or, at least, you know architectures such as MVC, MVVM, MVP (even others such as VIPER or VIP).
In a previous article, in which I introduce Flutter, I discussed the importance of widgets in Flutter.