Xcode Tips and ressources
Curated by Domsware
Quite often we find ourselves marking our code with TODOs, FIXMEs, and
ERRORs only to find some of them forgotten about and left by the wayside.
In Objective-C, it was easy to mark these tags and have them show up in the
Issue Navigator but since the introduction of Swift, we haven't gotten an
equivalent to compiler directives that can do the equivalent. Until now.
This Xcode plugin disables the Fix Issue functionality in Xcode. This way, none of your team members can click this button by mistake and might end up revoking existing certificates and provisioning profiles.
One of the biggest challenges to Unit Testing in Swift was the initial setup. Before Swift 2, you either had to make everything public or remember to add all your files to the testing target (more on this in my blog post on testing in Swift here). But as of yesterday, this annoying testing issue has been elegantly solved!