This is the last non-Patreon-exclusive episode of our second season. Episode 30 will appear on our Patreon page next week, then we’ll take a 6-week break and Episode 31 will be posted here on July 3. Thank you for listening!
Protocol 'XYZ' can only be used as a generic constraint because it has Self or associated type requirements. Oh no, what now?
- Alexis Gallagher: Protocols with Associated Types
- Gwendolyn Weston: Keep Calm and Type Erase On
- Mislav Javor: Swift Enums Are "sum" Types. That Makes Them Very Interesting
- Brandon Williams’ Few But Ripe blog, for learning about sum and product types, among other mathematical concepts
- The example from Soroush of using generic constraints to sidestep this issue — Gist
- Bill Venners: Abstract Type Members versus Generic Type Parameters in Scala
- Swift: Generics Manifesto
- Russ Bishop's Swift Associated Types series
- Chris Eidhof: Type Erasers in Swift