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Unreal Engine 4 Blueprints Tutorial

From www.raywenderlich.com

In this Unreal Engine 4 blueprints tutorial, you will learn how to use blueprints to create a player character, set up inputs and make an item disappear when the player touches it.
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SGPlayer for iOS - Cocoa Controls

From www.cocoacontrols.com

A powerful media player framework for iOS, macOS, and tvOS. Support 360° panorama video, VR video. RTMP streaming.
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NSStringMask for iOS - Cocoa Controls

From www.cocoacontrols.com

NSStringMask allows you to apply masks or formats to NSStrings using NSRegularExpression to input your format.
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Bottom Navigation Interface – Prototyping: From UX to Front End

From blog.prototypr.io

Large smartphones don’t surprise anyone anymore. They have a lot of advantages, so the jumbo phone trend is likely to continue. But bigger isn’t always better: a large display doesn’t pack more…
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lhc70000/iina

From github.com

iina - The modern video player for macOS.
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Savvy Sketch iOS Wireframe Kit: Touch ID, Apple Pay, and iOS 10 Styling

From savvyapps.com

The latest version of the Savvy Sketch iOS Wireframe Kit supports iOS 10 styling and includes new elements like Apple Pay, Touch ID, and more.
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CNICTextFieldView for iOS - Cocoa Controls

From www.cocoacontrols.com

CNIC Validation View It is a separate View that input CNIC It is highly customisable by editing constants NSInteger const kFirstPhaseLength = 5; NSInteger const kSecondPhaseLength = 7; NSInteger const kThirdPhaseLength = 1;
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devxoul/SwiftyImage

From github.com

SwiftyImage - :rainbow: The most sexy way to use images in Swift.
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Object Validation in Swift 3 – CompileSwift – Medium

From medium.com

There are many validation libraries for iOS but most of them are tied to the UI. The main goal here is to have something that can So I tried to put together the features coming from other libraries I…
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Reflectable enums in Swift 3

From ijoshsmith.com

Suppose you are working on a Swift program that needs a data model to represent a contact, such as a person from the user's address book or a FaceBook friend. You might start off by modeling this as a Contact struct, like this: This approach is simple but has a significant drawback. Notice how the…
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How To Use Git Source Control with Xcode 8

From www.raywenderlich.com

You'll learn how to use git source control with Xcode 8; whether committing or reverting, branching or merging, this tutorial has you covered.
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Using Postman Proxy to Capture and Inspect API Calls from iOS or Android Devices

From blog.getpostman.com

In this tutorial, I will guide you on how you can use Postman’s proxy feature to inspect HTTP communication going out from your phone. All you need to get started is your computer and mobile …
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sindresorhus/create-dmg

From github.com

create-dmg - Create a good-looking DMG for your macOS app in seconds
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New features in Xcode 8.2 Simulator – Xebia – Medium

From medium.com

In the release notes of Xcode 8.2, Apple introduced features for their new version of Xcode. In this blog I will explain how to use these new features. The first feature, recording videos and taking…
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JDPlayer for iOS - Cocoa Controls

From www.cocoacontrols.com

A video player for iOS based on AVFoundation,JDPlayer is powerful and easy to integrate in your project.
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DBDebugToolkit for iOS - Cocoa Controls

From www.cocoacontrols.com

Set of easy to use debugging tools for iOS developers & QA engineers. After an easy setup simply shake your device to open a menu inside your application, providing such features as: performance statistics, list of requests send by your application, colorized view borders, slow animations, showing touches, list of available font families, autolayout trace, browsing files user defaults, keychain, core data and cookies, showing console, simulating location and more.
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Swift: When to use guard vs if

From www.natashatherobot.com

One thing I’ve noticed recently in my code-base is that I tend to default to guard vs if. In fact, whenever I write an if statement, I facepalm myself and change it to a guard without thinking much. But that’s become a problem. There is in fact a difference between guard and if and thought does need to be put into which one to use.
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Getting Started with PromiseKit

From videos.raywenderlich.com

This video covers the basics of using PromiseKit and what advantages it can bring to you code. Hint: If you are doing asynchronous coding - a lot!
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