I’ve been a full-time iOS developer for about five years now, and there’s a lot of stuff I’ve learned the hard way. So if you ever invent a time machine, please handover this list to my younger self – thanks!
iOS is a very secure operating systems. One reason for this is that iOS apps can’t just be installed on every device as you want to – instead there are certain distribution ways you can choose from.
At WWDC 2017, Apple announced the new phased release feature of iTunes Connect. You can use it to publish an app in phases over a period of one week.
iOS has become an operating system that is not only great for consuming content, but for productivity as well. Of course you need the right apps though. Here’s a list of my favorite productivity apps. Ulysses Ulysses is THE app for writers. The iCloud sync works perfectly. And since a Mac client is also available,… Continue reading The 10 Best Productivity Apps on iOS
Quick actions have been introduced with the iPhone 6S. When you force touch an app icon, a menu will be presented. You can use it, to quickly access a certain part of the app or to trigger an action.
There are a lot of sorting algorithms. In this post we will take a look at implementing merge sort in Swift.
Logging is a very useful method for debugging an app. Most times, though, too much information is logged. But there are some very useful things you should log. Let’s take a look at two of them.
We all have big goals we want to achieve. Most of the time we lack motivation though. One of the biggest success factors is to build so-called momentum.
The new year has started already, but it’s never not too late to set ambitious goals. Here’s a list of 10 new year’s resolution ideas for iOS developers.
Take a look at my five favorite iOS development YouTube channels.