Awesome newsletters for iOS and Swift developers in 2022
Every day many articles, tips, and updates get published on the web relevant to iOS and Swift developers. It's easy to overlook insightful articles. Thankfully there are fantastic community members who collect the most exciting and valuable bits of information and make them easily accessible in the form of newsletters.
The following are my** personal favorites of actively maintained and well-curated newsletters**. I firmly believe that you will find them helpful.
If you know about other thoughtful newsletters, then please leave a comment or reach out to me on Twitter.
iOS Dev Weekly
One of the most popular newsletters is iOS Dev Weekly by Dave Verwer. I love his insightful comment at the beginning of every issue. A variety powerpack of valuable information is shared in the following categories: News, Tools, Code, Jobs
You probably heard of SwiftLee Weekly by Antoine van der Lee. If not, then you are missing out! It is an excellent weekly newsletter with Swift curated content, sent out every Tuesday.
Swift Evolution Monthly
The Swift Programming Language constantly evolves thanks to proposals submitted, reviewed and implemented by the open-source community. Swift Evolution Monthly by Cihat Gündüz keeps you informed about the latest activities in Swift Evolution.
A must-subscribe for any SwiftUI developers is the curated newsletter SwiftUI Weekly by Majid Jabrayilov.
iOS Code Review
Marina Gornostaeva publishes bite-sized code improvement tips from the Apple developer community in her Bi-weekly newsletter iOS Code Review.
Open Source Updates for Swift Projects
I recently started to publish a bi-weekly newsletter to give you the latest updates in popular and unknown open source projects written or related to Swift. You can subscribe to my newsletter here.
iOS Dev Tools
New helpful and time-saving developer tools, services, and SDKs are introduced in iOS Dev Tools weekly.
Swiftly Rush Weekly
Last but not least is the weekly curated publication Swiftly Rush Weekly by Adam Rush.