Happy New Year, and welcome to the first issue of Not only Swift in 2024!

I am really looking forward to this year - I've got a bunch of exciting things in the pipeline, and I can't wait to share them with you.

One of those things is this newsletter. As I wrote in the last issue of 2023, when I started it, I decided to keep it going as long as there is growth. Well, the numbers are pointing upwards, so I will definitely keep going!

But I also want to switch things up a bit. Since its beginning, this newsletter has been entirely curated by me - and this isn't going to change! But - I thought it might be nice to give you - my readers - an opportunity to share what you're excited about. So, starting with the next issue, I will include submissions for a new category called Hidden Gems.

To qualify as a true Hidden Gem, a submission should meet the following criteria:

  • I haven't included it in any previous issue of Not only Swift
  • It should also not be included in any recent issue of any of the other Swift / iOS newsletters. No cross-posting, please.
  • It should be something that you genuinely find exciting / useful / noteworthy. Something that you can't wait to share with your friends or colleagues at work.

Ready to submit your first Hidden Gem? Fill out this form.

Here's to an exciting 2024!






Fonts for Coding

As developers, we stare at our screen for several hours a day (except for when we're waiting for the compiler to finish its work, that is), so we might as well do it in style.

Here is a set of fonts that I've either been using or been intrigued by over the past couple of months, and I'm sharing them here so you can update your coding experience for 2024.

Let me know which one you like best, or share your personal favourite if it's not included!