Another tireless week of progress for app developers. It can be a lot to take in, so to help, here are my highlights
Gillian Morris outlines her real word experiences building the app Hitlist, in her article Don't Listen to Your Users.
Nir Eyal, author of Hooked, observes Why 'Assistant-As-App' Might Be The Next Big Tech Trend
First off, if you're looking for a conference to focus down on Swift, check out Swift Summit in San Francisco this October. Based on the videos from the London event, it looks great.
Daniel Steinberg's talk from AltConf is now available where he discusses Playgrounds Are For Kids, highlighting how Swift playgrounds could be perfect for education.
IFTTT have a really nice project on GitHub this week called RazzleDazzle allowing you to create scrolling app intros in Swift.
iOS Design Rules to Break shows four rules from the Apple Style guide that might be better to ignore, providing alternative suggestions for each.
Learn How Yelp's Android App Loads Images with Glide.
Material Icon Lib is a Library containing over 1000 material vector icons that can be easily used as Drawable or as a standalone View
Trend Micro released details on a vulnerability that renders Android devices silent
Google's Eddystone looks to make using Beacons even easier and more open.