We decided to open our component related to card interface. So you want ot have something like cards UI, you can use it. It is based on UICollectionView. So it is very easy maintain and develop something over it
Apple made a lot of interesting announcements at WWDC this year about the release of Swift 2 and the new features in it, in among various other announcements of little interest. In addition to the announcement that Swift will be made open source, which is a huge deal all by itself, Swift 2 contains a lot of great new features which significantly improve the language. Today I'm going to talk about the most important ones, what they are, and why they're useful.
Quick Help offers concise in-line reference docs for symbols, build settings, and interface objects. Want to check a symbol’s type? Quick Help it. Need to look up parameters? Quick Help to the rescue. Add Quick Help to annotate your code and create custom information that displays via pop-ups (option-click symbols) and the Quick Help inspector (View > Utilities > Show Quick Help Inspector).
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