Monthly Archives: November 2016

json2swift: a peek under the hood

This article presents a high-level overview of how my json2swift tool works. Several people have¬†expressed interest in using my code as the foundation for a similar tool, or just want to change the Swift code it generates, and have asked … Continue reading

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Swift JSON library vs. code generation

Ever since Swift was first released there has been an endless stream of new libraries to simplify writing Swift code that consumes JSON data. Since this is such a common and tedious aspect of developing apps, it’s an important topic … Continue reading

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