SwiftGen Tutorial for iOS | raywenderlich.com

Learn how SwiftGen makes it easy to get rid of magic strings in your iOS projects.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.raywenderlich.com/23709326-swiftgen-tutorial-for-ios

I’m wondering is this is still needed as Xcode 13 (beta) is capable of importing/exporting strings? Also you don’t need to generate resource names as you can use the resource panel/browser and drag&drop / dubble click an asset to paste it in your code. I.e. you can for instance see the color-asset inline with your code. IMHO I don’t use these kinds of tools any more since it just adds another dependency.