Protocol-Oriented Programming in Networking

Protocol-Oriented Programming is a new concept introduced at WWDC 2015. This talk from try! Swift describes why Protocol-Oriented Programming is a good choice for networking and how it contributes to type-safety and code simplicity. This talk also contains practical examples and advanced examples with RxSwift.

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Yosuke Ishikawa

Yosuke Ishikawa works as a software engineer at Mercari, writing code for iOS apps and server side apps. He created APIKit, which is a networking library that aims at taking advantage of language features.