Q1. What is an enumeration? An enumeration is a common type that defines a group of related values. Enums are used to represent a set of distinct cases, and each case can have an associated value or a raw value. Here's how to declare an enumeration: enum NetworkError
Protocol inheritance allows us to define a new protocol that inherits the properties and functions of one or more existing protocols. This feature is essential for building modular, reusable, and organized code. It promotes code consistency, reusability, and ensures that conforming types adhere to a set of common rules and
Most applications require communication with the server in order to send and retrieve information in JSON format. In order to use the JSON data in the application, we need to store it in models in a proper format. In order to store the JSON data, we encode and decode it
In Swift, protocol composition is a powerful feature that allows you to combine multiple protocols into a single name. This can be very useful when you want to define a type that needs to adhere to multiple protocols simultaneously. Instead of writing multiple protocols again and again, you can just
Protocol Extensions allow you to add default implementations and computed properties to protocols. This mean, when a type conforms to a protocol, it automatically gains the functionalities provided by the protocol extension. In this article, you will learn about:
SSL Pinning is a technique where we introduce a certificate between application and server so our connection is secure. Although iOS checks for a valid certificate from its trust store while making connection to server.
This article will dive deep into Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift, exploring advanced techniques and real-world examples.