Write Shorter Conditions with the Swift Ternary Operator

Write Shorter Conditions with the Swift Ternary Operator

The ternary operator is a conditional operator that you can use to write complex conditions using just one line of code. It is straightforward to use and powerful.

In this article, I will highlight the most common use cases of the ternary operator in Swift. I will also review the advantages and disadvantages of writing conditions using the ternary operator instead of if-else statements.

Switch Statements in Swift: Selecting Among Multiple Options

Switch statements compare specific values against different cases and execute the block of code associated with the first matching case. You can achieve the same result using an if statement with multiple else clauses, but switch statements are easier to read and understand at a glance.

This article covers the most common use cases of switch statements. There are other, more advanced features of switch statements that I will talk about in future articles.

Take Decisions in Swift with If Statements and Boolean Operators

To be able to do anything interesting, a Swift program needs to take decisions based on whether some condition is true or not. This is done through conditionals.

Swift has several conditionals. The most common one is the if statement, which we will cover in this article.

Learn Swift

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Hello, World! Your First Swift Program

Hello, World! Your First Swift Program

Learning how to program is not an easy task. But it is straightforward to get started with it by following a very simple Swift tutorial.

The very first program everyone writes is called Hello World. It teaches you the basics of creating and running a program in any language.

Effortless Concurrency in Swift with Async/Await

Most modern iOS apps need to run code asynchronously. 

Asynchronous code can be suspended and resumed later, allowing your app to keep its UI responsive while working on long tasks, like performing network requests to a REST API. 

You often run asynchronous code in parallel to make the best use of resources like the cores on your device’s CPU or internet bandwidth.

In this article, we will see how to run asynchronous functions in Swift and iOS apps using async/await.

Powerful Advanced Swift Techniques for Complex Apps

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Any iOS developer, at some point, feels the need to make the step from basic to advanced concepts.

You can get a lot of mileage from the fundamentals of Swift and iOS development.

But working on complex projects demands a new set of tools if you want your code to be reusable and remain at the same time maintainable and testable.

If you are looking to expand your Swift knowledge into more advanced topics and understand why you would need such concepts, this article is for you.