Preferable Dependency Manager: Swift Package Manager(SPM) or CocoaPods

Recently, while using CocoaPods in my project, I realised the build time was taking longer. This led me to experiment with Swift Package Manager(SPM). So here I am sharing my findings with you based on these six criteria: 1.  Library Support: Even though both CocoaPods and SPM support Objective-C as well as Swift, CocoaPods has extensive support for varied types of libraries that help us in customising the project as per the user requirement. SPM is provided by lesser libraries resulting in fewer options to choose from. 2. Maturity: CocoaPods is a much stable and mature package manager than

Working Of Yarn and npm

As an Ember developer, discovering Yarn package manager by Facebook was the best that could happen to me. Whenever one of my fellow developers encountered “Broccoli Plugin failed…” I used to say ‘rm -rf node_modules’, that’s what my seniors told me and I continued the tradition. That was very frustrating and as a beginner, I use to blame it all on Ember as I didn’t understand much of what was happening. As time passed I realized npm was the culprit. But a few months back I discovered this Yarn package manager. When I found it, I read