In this day and age, it is practically impossible to build a fully self-contained app that users will really like. As such, iOS developers are reaching out beyond the tools and resources provided by Apple for access to data and storage. A fantastic option for developers is the backend-as-a-service, or BaaS.
Over the last few days, I've been watching the Advanced Debugging and the Address Sanitizer Session over breakfast. There is one super cool debugging trick that I have to write down so I remember to actually use it.
With Sprite Kit you can create multiple scenes, one for each screen of the app. It is also possible to use animation transition between your scenes. In this tutorial we will create two scenes and create a transition. This tutorial is built in iOS 8.1 with Xcode 6.1
Getting Started Create a new playground in Xcode to follow along by selecting File\New\Playground… and name it Shapes and set the platform as OS X. Click Next to choose a location to save it, then Create to save the file. Clear the file completely and then enter the following:
In this tutorial, you learn how to create custom view controller transitions on iOS. You also learn how to make these transitions interactive and responsive to the actions of the user. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Medium; Tags: iOS, iOS SDK, Swift, Swift 2, Xcode, Xcode 7, IDEs, UIKit, Animation, App Development, Mobile App, Mobile Development
Mobile apps and viewing content on the web are ubiquitous now. For years, iOS developers have been charged with either creating their own web viewing experience inside their app or handing off the URL to Safari. Both of these approaches bring inherent disadvantages that were previously unavoidable. That's all changed with iOS 9 and the introduction of the SFSafariViewController class. With it, you can now provide a full web viewing experience inside your app without having to spend important dev
Subclassed UITableView/UICollectionView cells that will auto calculate their size so long as AutoLayout constraints are applied correctly. For iOS 7+. Works similar to how iOS 8's auto sizing of cells work. Fully working example and directions included for use.
An achievement for the Android developers, but still a far cry for the iPhone developers, Apple has challenged the iPhone developers to work out the best to develop an operating system in tune with different screen dimensions.
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