August 19, 2018 | Code Reviews
When working with a team, code reviews are critical to maintaining a consistent, high-quality codebase. Hopefully, your project has thorough test coverage and your team has a shared understanding of best practices. You may even use tools like danger or SwiftLint to enforce components of the code review process. But when it comes to architecting and . . .
In Part 1 of this tutorial, I explained how to use the Alamofire and AlamofireImage libraries to asynchronously download and cache images to be displayed in a UICollectionView. At the end of that project, we still had a performance problem. UIImage by default waits until right before display to decode . . .
Downloading and caching images are common tasks in iOS development, especially when using collection and table views. In this tutorial, we're going to use the popular Swift networking library Alamofire and its companion image library AlamofireImage to build an app that displays images of Glacier National Park.
In Part 3 we started working with a `Park` model and defined two endpoints that returned information about parks. We used an in-memory array to hold `Park` instances. In this tutorial we'll set up a PostgreSQL database . . .
In Part 2 we explored the basic structure of a Vapor app. Next we'll look at how to declare simple routes with dynamic path components and query parameters. Our API will model information about U.S. national parks, so we'll start by declaring a simple `Park` model. For now, we'll keep an array of parks in memory and define two routes.