Code coverage for Swift Packages with Fastlane

Package.swift file in Swift packages describes the package contents including other dependencies, build targets and so on. Double-clicking a Package.swift file opens Xcode with that package and one can build and run tests. When adding continues integration to a Swift package then we would like to build, test, and also create a code coverage report. …

Reading Fastfiles with document based SwiftUI app on macOS

WWDC'20 brought an addition to SwiftUI apps which enables to create document based applications in SwiftUI. Along with DocumentGroup API two new protocols were added: FileDocument and ReferenceFileDocument. The first one is meant for value types and the latter one for class type document types. For seeing how much effort it takes to create a …

Adding prefixMap for expensive operations in Swift

Swift Foundation contains a lot of useful functions on collection types. In the context of this blog post we are interested in map(_:) and prefix(while:). Map is used for transforming collection elements and prefix(while:) for getting a sequence containing initial elements until the predicate is true. In some cases the predicate used in the prefix(while:) …

Getting started with device framed screenshots for iOS App Store using fastlane

Creating screenshots manually for App Store is time consuming because of the number of devices and localisations. Moreover, as soon as UI changes we would need to update screenshots again. Therefore, it is best to automate the process. One way is to use fastlane and creating nice device framed screenshots with additional localised text. This …