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GMGridView: a grid view for iOS

GMGridView: a grid view for iOS | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it

GMGridView - A performant Grid-View for iOS (iPhone/iPad) that allows sorting of views with gestures (the user can move the items with his finger to sort them) and pinching/rotating/panning gestures allow the user to play with the view and toggle.


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custom GridView for IOS

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Rollout.io - Debug & Hot-patch production bugs

Rollout.io - Debug & Hot-patch production bugs | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
iOS developers start controlling your production application, with Rollout.io you can debug & hot-patch production apps.
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Cold Dive into React Native: A Beginner's Tutorial

Cold Dive into React Native: A Beginner's Tutorial | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
The development of cross-platform mobile applications has always been a source of many challenges. Although tools like Apache Cordova and Haxe do solve some of the associated issues, they are still not the ideal solution in many cases. In this tutorial, Toptal engineer Johannes Stein gives us an introduction to React Native and its philosophies, and demonstrates how a simple React.js application can be turned into a React Native one.
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Introducing Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift 2 - Ray Wenderlich

Introducing Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift 2 - Ray Wenderlich | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
Get started with protocol-oriented programming and protocol extensions in this introduction to the latest exciting feature in Swift 2!
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Compare, addition, subtraction & countdown with NSDate - Apoorv Mote

This tutorial has been updated for X code 7.2 & Swift 2.1.1 This is step by step guide to do arithmetic operations on NSDate
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watchOS 2 Tutorial: Transferring images using transferFile (Watch Connectivity #3)

watchOS 2 Tutorial: Transferring images using transferFile (Watch Connectivity #3) | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
Onto part 3 of my Watch Connectivity series. We’ll be looking at the transferFile API today – in particular, we’ll be transferring an image from the watch to the phone, but the sa…
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Lazy Properties in Structs – Ole Begemann

Any code that wants to access a lazy property of a Swift struct must declare that struct as variable. I demonstrate a way around that, by wrapping a lazily computed value in a class.
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Working with Unwind Segues Programmatically in Swift - Andrew Bancroft

Working with Unwind Segues Programmatically in Swift - Andrew Bancroft | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it

This walk-through will take you step-by-step through working with unwind segues programmatically in Swift.

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iOS Concurrency: Getting Started with NSOperation and Dispatch Queues - AppCoda

iOS Concurrency: Getting Started with NSOperation and Dispatch Queues - AppCoda | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
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How To Use Core Spotlight Framework in iOS 9

How To Use Core Spotlight Framework in iOS 9 | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
The Core Spotlight framework makes the data of an app searchable on the Spotlight, and subsequently bring results regarding an app along with any other results that the system returns.
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Introducing CoreDragon: cross-application drag’n’drop for iPad

Introducing CoreDragon: cross-application drag’n’drop for iPad | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
Introducing CoreDragon: cross-application drag’n’drop for iPad I am very passionate about user experience design with direct manipulation. With the advent of multitouch, we have freed ourselves of the...
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CoreDragon...some very important and awesome features :)

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10 Swift One Liners To Impress Your Friends

Following a programming meme of a few years ago, this post presents a few Swift one liners that solve common problems following a functional approach. Will some of your friends be impressed?
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Architecting iOS Apps with VIPER · objc.io

objc.io publishes books on advanced techniques and practices for iOS and OS X development
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"Weak, Strong, Unowned, Oh My!" - A Guide to References in Swift

"Weak, Strong, Unowned, Oh My!" - A Guide to References in Swift | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
I often find myself worrying about retain cycles in my code. I feel like
this is a common concern amongst others as well. I don't know about you,
but it seems like I am constantly hearing  "When am I supposed to use weak?
And what the hell is this 'unowned' crap?!" The issue we find is that we
know to use strong, weak, and unowned specifiers in our swift code to avoid
retain cycles, but we don't quite know which specifier to use. Fortunately,
I happen to know what they are AND when to use them! I hope this guide
helps you to learn when and where to use them on your own.
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Failable initializers, revisited · Jesse Squires

Software developer in San Francisco
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Where we choose to fail...matters !

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Swift Type Constrained Extensions: Express Yourself | Cocoa Is My Girlfriend

Swift Type Constrained Extensions: Express Yourself | Cocoa Is My Girlfriend | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
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UISearchController Tutorial: Getting Started - Ray Wenderlich

UISearchController Tutorial: Getting Started - Ray Wenderlich | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it

In this UISearchController tutorial, you'll learn how to add quick and responsive search to a table view, including both dynamic filtering and a scope bar.

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A Structy Model Layer

A Structy Model Layer | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
This week, I'd like to examine building your entire model layer out of Swift structs. Swift allows you to build your objects in two ways: values types and references types. Reference types beh…
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Details matter - harnessing the power of Core Animation

Details matter - harnessing the power of Core Animation | iPhone and iPad Development | Scoop.it
Animation can add a lot of beauty to your application, little details matter. Learn how to harness Core Animation powers.
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