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Want an overview of how you can add code to your projects and tips on writing and publishing your own modules? Then come along to Abizer's talk!
You don't have to write all the code in your project yourself. There is an increasing number of third party open source implementations that let you avoid re-inventing the wheel.
There are also a few ways of integrating this code into your project, whether using CocoaPods, Git, Xcode Workspaces, prebuilt libraries, or just copying and pasting the code into your project structure.
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Using Third Party Code In Your Project
Abizer Nasir is a freelance iOS / OS X developer who has been working full-time in Swift for over a year. He has spoken on a variety of subjects related to Objective-C and Swift development at iOSCon, NSLondon, Swift London, Swift Summit and AltConf. He organises NSCoder Night London.