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I wrote a book about Apple's Combine framework

After writing a series of posts about Combine on my blog I figured a more complete, comprehensive resource that teaches Combine from a practical standpoint would be nice.

My book teaches Combine using real-world examples because I love learning by doing, and seeing how my new skills will fit into my existing workflow. I did my best to ensure that the book I wrote fits this style of learning.

Everything I show in my book is backed up by examples and anecdotes of how and when something is useful, and most imprtantly, why.

Learn more about my book on practicalcombine.com.

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