Reactivity on Apple's platforms

In ReactiveCocoa 2 (including versions 3 and 4), reactivity for Apple's platforms (UIKit and AppKit frameworks) was tucked away under prefix methods (e.g. rac_newTextSignal). In version 5 this has been changed and all of the reactivity has been nicely tucked away under the .reactive member of UIKit and…

Strongly typed actions in ReactiveCocoa 5

First alpha of RAC5 was released a couple of days ago and it got me really excited. Especially the release notes. In the upcoming few articles I will try to lay out what's new in version 5 since version 4. First up - strongly typed CocoaAction. I wrote before that…

Automating versioning of your app

Versioning is without a doubt one of the most integrated parts of development cycle when it comes to publishing an app. Although Xcode leaves you wanting so much more than static numbers in default Info.plist for your project file. But to be fair, there are more than one ways…

A is for Action - The Basics

So I've been playing around with ReactiveCocoa 4 and Swift 2.1 (but who hasn't, eh?). And finally decided to blog about what I have found and succeeded to achieve with somewhat minimal documentation. I know, I know, don't complain and instead create one, so this article hopefully shed some…