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Tamas Fodor

Thank you so much for your answers!

I could not even imagine what it is like to be a person for whom Objective c is the normal and being afraid of Swift. :) And I think that's good because, as far as I know, Objective c is still on the plate as your example points it out. :)

Thanks for the books. I put them on my reading list. "Working with legacy code" was already there. :)

It seems like I can't skip the no-storyboard path. I've heard it from a lot of iOS dev that Storyboard just prevents them from being productive. Such a waste. I fell in love with it immediately because it was soo convenient for beginners like me to build interfaces.

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Karen Pinzás Morrongiello Ask Me Anything

And it is! The only thing is the merging conflicts that appear one in a while. If you like to use interface builder, try to use xibs or try to use several storyboards, and not just one :)

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Tamas Fodor

I'll definitely look after what this Xib thing is. Today I learned. 🙏👍