As our codebase scales, the need for cleaner architecture becomes more apparent. The dependency inversion principle (DIP) is one tool that helps us build cleaner relationships among our software modules. In this post, DIP is presented using atomic modules and is later applied to frameworks.
Last week’s update to the SoundCloud iOS app includes support for Dark Mode. This took several months of work and collaboration between design and engineering teams across the company, so we wanted to share our approach to implementing Dark Mode and some of the obstacles we encountered along the way.
Memory leaks are a common problem when writing iOS applications, and while we all know we should be on the lookout for them, it’s often too easy to miss a vital weak reference. By leveraging integration testing, we can catch these issues and spend more time actually building features.