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Learning iOS and Swift. Day 28: Signing in over API


Today I removed the mock from the login view and made the form actually call a login mutation upon submission.

Expanding on yesterday’s code, I implemented the login mutation and integrated it with the login screen. The application now calls the API, and upon success, it stores the access token and a refresh token on the keychain, and lets the user into the application. With a MVVM architecture, it seems like there is quite a lot of boilerplate required to pass closures around. Tomorrow I will try to improve the application’s styling and layout and try to fetch some data in the application view.