Advanced iOS App Architecture Book Details
Title: Advanced iOS App Architecture
Author: By René Cacheaux & Josh Berlin
Publisher: Ray Wenderlich
Subject: Swift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 658
Format: PDF, EPUB, Source code
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Chapter 1: Welcome Advanced iOS App Architecture
Welcome to Advanced iOS App Architecture. The main goal of this book is to thoroughly explain and show how to apply popular iOS app architectures, one by one. We can’t wait for you to explore the architectures covered in the following chapters.
We absolutely love this topic. We are super passionate about architecture because architecture unlocks the ability for teams to grow and go quickly. Now, more than ever, it’s very important to understand and apply good software architecture practices in our projects as apps are getting more complex and as development teams are pressured to deliver faster results despite constantly changing requirements.
What lies ahead
Chapter 1 through Chapter 4 introduce you to different aspects of the material covered in the Advanced iOS App Architecture book. We recommend reading these chapters before diving into any of the architecture chapters.
Chapter 5 through Chapter 8 are architecture chapters; in other words, they explore one architecture at a time. Each
architecture chapter begins with a little history followed by a detailed theory walkthrough. The second half of each architecture chapter focuses on applying the theory to iOS app development. Each architecture chapter ends by covering the pros and cons of that architecture. Feel free to read these latter chapters in any order.
And finally, Chapter 9 gives some advice for preparing to migrate your existing UIKit codebase to SwiftUI.
There are many architectures not covered in this book because we wanted to go deep instead of broad.
Who this Advanced iOS App Architecture book is for
This book is for iOS developers who build apps using Swift. The material in this Advanced iOS App Architecture book assumes familiarity with design patterns and with basic architectures — such as MVC — and basic architecture concepts, such as inversion of control. This book also assumes familiarity with Apple frameworks such as Combine.