Today, Apple has announced WWDC 2017. It will take place from June 5 – 9 in San Jose.
I have been using Apple’s Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro 9.7-inch intensively over the last few days and I’m quite surprised how useful it is. In fact, the iPad Pro has become a completely new device for me.
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.
UITableView is definitely one of the most important UI components, and you can find it in almost every app. Very often the content is dynamic – and so is the length of the content. In this case you need table view cells, that have different sizes. You could calculate these sizes manually, but that’s a… Continue reading UITableView: Automatic Row Height
The best iOS development links from January 2017.
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.
iOS has always been a very secure operating system. In order to achieve that, apps are running in its own container. In the beginning of the iPhone it wasn’t possible for an app to communicate with other apps at all. Luckily, this has changed over the years. In iOS 8 Apple has introduced so-called extensions… Continue reading An Introduction To Extensions
By using frameworks you can share code between multiple projects – a huge productivity boost! In this post you will learn how you can create a framework and how you can use it in your projects.
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.