What is @escaping in Swift?

If you’ve ever written or used a function that accepts a closure as one of its arguments, it’s likely that you’ve encountered the @escaping keyword. When a closure is marked as escaping in Swift, it means that the closure will outlive, or leave the scope that you’ve passed it to. Read more…

Using Result in Swift 5

As soon as Swift was introduced, people were adding their own extensions and patterns to the language. One of the more common patterns was the usage of a Result object. This object took on a shape similar to Swift’s Optional, and it was used to express a return type that Read more…