It doesn’t matter how much you love your work and how passionated you are about it, at some point you will face a temporary loss of motivation. Most of the times, this is due to the so-called “Wall Of Success”.
Swift provides you some handy functions like filter and map for manipulating arrays. In this post we will take a look at filter and how you can combine it with map.
The keyword guard has been introduced in Swift 2. It was a little bit inconspicuous at the first sight, but it has a lot of power. In this article we will take a look at three uses cases for guard.
Error handling is a very important topic and I’ve written already a blog post about that topic. You can also check out my talk about that topic on the Swift Summit in San Francisco. In this post we will discuss when you should use try!. Hint: This post has been updated to Swift 3, iOS 10… Continue reading try!
The so-called Nil Coalescing Operator is an interesting operator, that you can use for working with optionals.
A calculator app is a great example for a simple iOS application. In this tutorial series we will cover all steps to build one. Introduction This will be a four part tutorial that will cover everything to build a complete calculator iOS app. This app won’t win a design award, but it will be a… Continue reading Building A Simple iOS Calculator App – Part 1
For sure you’ve already heard that leaving your comfort zone is a great way for improving yourself. In this article we discuss the best ways for a developer to do so.
Very often an app creates data that should be saved. In this article we’ll discuss the different possibilities for data persistence on iOS.