Andreas Can
Posted by Andreas Can
December 14, 2016

A Guide to Migrating to Swift 3

Prelude to Swift 3 Migration

If you didn’t migrate to Swift 3 in September like the rest of us, do it now and start next year off right. If you’ve been holding off on making the update, here is some advice and guidance to ensure a safe and swift transition to the next version. Migrating to Swift 3 can seem a bit daunting depending on the size of the project, but with the proper steps and procedures you should be able to get through it much sooner than later.  Xcode 8.2 will be the last version to support Swift 2.3, and that in itself is an incentive to start the migration as soon as possible.

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Andreas Can
Posted by Andreas Can
May 2, 2016

Collaborating Remotely

 A New Era

As we reach towards the first quarter of the 21st century we are being hurled into a more digital world. Our cars, homes, phones, even our plants have become intertwined with some technological application. What that inevitably means is that digital jobs are also growing more and more. At Metova, we have been matching this growth both locally and remotely to continue creating applications for our clients. Working remotely comes with its benefits and challenges. However, if properly set up, it can be a very productive way to get in the zone during development and creative processes.

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Andreas Can
Posted by Andreas Can
February 11, 2016

Concurrency in iOS

Concurrency is a condition in a program where two or more tasks are defined independently, and each can execute independent of the other, even if the other is also executing at the same time. In programming concurrency can mean several computations, data loads, or instructions are being handled relatively at the same time, through a single-core or multiple-core processor.

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