Patterns are your go-to code chunks; the things you know exactly how to do in Objective-C because you've framed code like it in all of your projects. Swift syntax seems to come pretty easy to iOS developers but we still need a lot of exploration to find the best reimplementations our favorite patterns in Swift.
We're branching out a bit from our original goal to provide a more general look at what's currently happening in Swift. If it'll make your life easier when working with Swift, we'll cover it here.
Feel free to reach out with questions or tips.
Upgrade to Xcode 8 without migrating to Swift 3
Find problem areas in Xcode and specify type information
Easily track your table loading state with enums and associated types
iOS on the Desktop could happen sooner than you think
Automatically pass properties through view controllers
Move property initialization and configuration into closures
Our first try livecoding with Swift
You probably don't need Alamofire
Help maintain clarity in view controllers
The missing light persistence layer for Swift
Apple TV, Phone Numbers, Swift Summit and Storage
Coach marks, JSON decoding and stack views
A place where Objective-C shines through the cracks
Give clarity, get permissions
Does that string start with 'x'?
Where you should write files
Switches provide a nice shortcut for nil testing
Easy sorting in Swift
Know your type differences and use the right one
Inline usage docs come to Swift
Switches and tuples make filling table views easy again
Translating Objective-C to Swift code is not always hard
dispatch_async plus a nice custom operator
Yes, singletons still have a place in iOS code
Really long method signatures live to see another day
Seriously, don't ask for notifications on start up
Ranked highly for methods likely to be updated for Swift
Finally, no more bolted on F***ing Block Syntax
Hooking storyboards up to your custom code
Ease of use first, fancy formatting second