How to use CocoaPods with your internal iOS frameworks

In my previous post about how to build features as frameworks, I discussed how you can improve your team’s productivity by using iOS frameworks directly in your project’s workspace. The example I walked through was quite simple and gave a starting point for this approach, but many of us need to build something more complex, which usually includes third party dependencies. It can be a bit tricky…

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