In this episode Ben DiFrancesco from ScopeLift returns to join Dru and Janie to continue the concurrency discussion with a look at the Actor Model for the Swift Language, and then Dru takes a look at the new Drag and Drop functionality introduced for iOS 11.
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The Concurrency Manifesto
- The Concurrency Manifesto
- async and await
- The Async/Await Pull Request
- Concurrency in Swift by Umberto Raimondi
- Family Tree of Computer Languages
- ScopeLift consulting
Drag & Drop
- Apple Documentation: Drag and Drop
- WWDC 2017: Introducing Drag and Drop
- WWDC 2017: Mastering Drag and Drop
- WWDC 2017: Drag and Drop with Collection and Table Views
- WWDC 2017: Data Delivery with Drag and Drop
- Screencast Drag and Drop with Table and Collection Views – RayWenderlich.com
- Screencast Drag and Drop with Multiple Data Represenstions/Custom Views – RayWenderlich.com
- iOS 11 by Tutorials – Ray Wenderlich.com
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