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by Mike AshTags: fridayqna swift serialization
In my last article I discussed the basics of Swift's new Codable protocol, briefly discussed how to implement your own encoder and decoder, and promised another article about a custom binary coder I've been working on. Today, I'm going to present that binary coder.

by Mike AshTags: fridayqna swift serialization
One of the interesting additions to Swift 4 is the Codable protocol and the machinery around it. This is a subject near and dear to my heart, and I want to discuss what it is and how it works today.

by Mike AshTags: fridayqna plist serialization
As I promised last time, today I'm going to discuss a library I've been working on that makes the task of type-checking property lists much less verbose and painful.

by Mike AshTags: fridayqna plist serialization
Object serialization is a common requirement for saving files to disk, communicating over a network, or simply persisting settings. Today, I'm going to talk about the basics of using property lists for object serialization, a topic suggested by Nicolas Goles.

by Mike AshTags: fridayqna cocoa objectivec nscoding serialization
Welcome back to another frightening edition of Friday Q&A. This time around, friend and local OS X coder Jose Vazquez has suggested that I discuss how to implement NSCoding in Objective-C classes.
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