Every week, one of our iOS devs shares a special tip in the engineering meeting. Here’s this week’s tip from @firstname.lastname@example.org:
Treat your Xcode search results as a to-do list and delete (⌫) results when you no longer need them. #iOSDevTips
Another tip from @email@example.com:
If you work on one project every day, you’re probably tired of cd-ing to that directory. Save keystrokes by adding "cd /project/directory/here" to your .bash_profile or .zshenv. Now, every new Terminal window and tab will start there! #iOSdevtips
This week’s tip is from @Cordavi@twitter.com:
It’s that time of the year again when your application certificates have expired. Did you know you can renew and export your new certificates directly from Xcode’s preferences? #iOSdevtips
A testing tip from @firstname.lastname@example.org:
If you use @email@example.com’s SnapshotTesting library, you can see the images and diffs for failing tests right from within Xcode’s Log Navigator. They use a recent Xcode feature called Test Attachments, and it’s so handy. ✨
Today’s tip is from @firstname.lastname@example.org about localization:
🌍 Ever forget to localize a string? Use Xcode’s Refactor → Wrap in NSLocalized String command to make localizing your UI copy a snap.
@email@example.com 📣 We’re back from holiday break with more #iOSDevTips! This one is from our friend @firstname.lastname@example.org and makes working on changes to big files much easier. https://twitter.com/gregheo/status/1098257145496166400?s=20
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