Combine: Asynchronous Programming with Swift, 2nd Ed (Razeware)
Monday, 21 June 2021

This book is about Combine, Apple’s framework to work with asynchronous events, and is aimed at Swift developers who are interested in learning declarative/reactive programming. The book also looks at SwiftUI,  as many of the reactive capabilities keeping SwiftUI views up-to-date are built on top of Combine.

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Author: Raywenderlich Tutorial Team
Publisher: Razeware
Date: May 2021
Pages: 442
ISBN: 978-1950325337
Print: 1950325334
Audience: Swift developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Phone/mobile

 

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Topics covered: 

  • What & Why: Learn what is Combine and reactive programming and the problems they solve, and how you can unify all of your asynchronous piece of work.
  • Operators: Learn how to compose, transform, filter and otherwise manipulate different pieces of asynchronous work using operators.
  • In Practice: You'll gain knowledge on various topics and techniques you'll leverage when writing your own real-life apps, as well as practice these techniques with actual hands-on apps and projects.
  • SwiftUI: You'll learn about how Combine is deeply rooted within SwiftUI and provides it with the ability to reactively update its views based on the state of your app.
  • Advanced Combine: Once you've got a handle on the basics, you'll dive into advanced Combine topics such as Error Handling, Schedulers, and Custom Publishers.

 

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