Swift: Avoiding extension hell with opt-in extensions

Some developers looove extensions, and rightfully so; they are very easy and convenient to power up types in Swift to make our lives easier. If a developer isn’t careful, however, you may import a framework and run into an overload of unwanted extensions,… Read more

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