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JohnSundell/SwiftTips: A collection of Swift tips & tricks that I've shared on Twitter

JohnSundell/SwiftTips: A collection of Swift tips & tricks that I've shared on Twitter | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
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Self-contained UI tests for iOS applications · allegro.tech

Self-contained UI tests for iOS applications · allegro.tech | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
We’re all familiar with
TDD, or at least write unit tests for our software,
but unit tests won’t check application state after complex U
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Apple Watch UI Animation

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Apple Watch Home Screen UI animation in Swift. This iOS developer tutorial examines the technological depth of Apple Watch UI animation.
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Grokking Lazy Sequences & Collections

Grokking Lazy Sequences & Collections | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
When we code, we love to abstract over groups of same-shaped things. In Swift, we do so with Sequences and Collections, and transform them …
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An iOS app architecture exploration – Dimitri James Tsiflitzis – Medium

An iOS app architecture exploration – Dimitri James Tsiflitzis – Medium | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
While building your iOS app; or software in general for that matter, you are aware of several structural issues that arise when writing code. Code has to be easily readable and each module has to be…
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Debugging iOS Threading Crashes – Circle Engineering

Debugging iOS Threading Crashes – Circle Engineering | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
Here at Circle we pride ourselves at keeping our customers 99.99% or more crash-free while using our apps. We recently had a pesky crash on iOS that was happening a tiny percentage of the time, but…
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Best Practices & Pain Points in Mobile Networking: REST API Failure Situations

The flexibility & simplicity that make REST APIs easy also create problems. What if there were a better way?
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Smooth Freehand Drawing on iOS

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This tutorial will teach you how to implement an advanced drawing algorithm for smooth, freehand drawing on iOS devices. Read on!

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Touch is the
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iOS Push Notification Background Download Demystified — Posts from Emmerge

iOS Push Notification Background Download Demystified - Posts from Emmerge - Medium
While implementing push notifications, I found a lot of incomplete and inaccurate information out there about how background download works…
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Why you shouldn’t use delegates in Swift — COBE Mobile

Why you shouldn't use delegates in Swift - COBE Mobile - Medium
The delegate pattern is okay. But there’s a better way.
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Object Subscripting in Swift - We ❤ Swift

What is Object Subscripting Subscripts are shortcuts for accessing elements from a collection, sequence or list. They are used to set and retrieve values by index without needing separate methods for setting and retrieval. A type can have multiple subscripts and subscripts can have more than one dimension. To access elements via subscripts write one or more values between square…
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iOS Unwind Segues in Storyboards

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An example of how to use iOS Unwind Segues, which give you a way to “unwind” the navigation stack to a particular view controller.
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A Little Respect for AnySequence - Cocoaphony

A Little Respect for AnySequence - Cocoaphony | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
Once upon a time, when Swift was young, there were a couple of types called SequenceOf and GeneratorOf, and they could type erase stuff. “Type …
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Ultimate Guide to JSON Parsing with Swift 4

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Swift 4 and Foundation has finally answered the question of how to parse JSON with Swift.
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4 Xcode Asset Catalog Secrets You Need to Know —

4 Xcode Asset Catalog Secrets You Need to Know — | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
Over time, Apple has given us quite a few tools that make graphic design easier for us to do in our own apps. Unfortunately, we've come to rely on our fellow graphic designers to do a lot of the grunt work for us, even though tools like Xcode 6 give us the capability to do it ourselves. Hopefully, w
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Developer Tools for UI Debugging – Dmytro Anokhin – Medium

Developer Tools for UI Debugging – Dmytro Anokhin – Medium | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
Overview of 5 essential tools to debug and profile iOS app. Xcode View Hierarchy Debugger, lldb, Instruments Core Animation, Accessibility Inspector, and Pixie.
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Wait for blocks execution using a dispatch semaphore

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Wait for blocks execution using a dispatch... - G8Production - G8Production sito ufficiale di Daniele Galiotto.
Senior Freelance iOS Apple Developer.


In questo sito trovi informazioni di programmazione, Swift, docenze, iPhone, Mac, Objective-C, iOS.... - Daniele Galiotto - iOS developer - sviluppatore iOS
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Avoiding Singleton Abuse · objc.io

objc.io publishes books on advanced techniques and practices for iOS and OS X development
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MVC-N: Isolating network calls from View Controllers

Marcus walks you through a design pattern that he has been using on iOS for applications that require and use a large amount of data frequ…
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Create custom UICollectionViewCell transition

Create custom UICollectionViewCell transition | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
Learn how to create custom UICollectionViewCell transition in iOS and make your iOS app stand out from the crowd. Uses UIViewControllerTransitioningDelegate
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Change your API endpoint/environment using Xcode Configurations in Swift

Change your API endpoint/environment using Xcode Configurations in Swift | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it
Often, as an iOS developer, you might find yourself working on an App that communicates with an API. This API might be an internal API…
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Smoothing Out iBeacon Accuracy Data

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If you’re using Core Location on iOS to range iBeacons, your app gets a constant stream of data from all iBeacons in signal range of the device. iOS gives you the radio signal strength (RSSI), bu
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Dependency Injection · objc.io

Dependency Injection · objc.io | iOS tutorials | Scoop.it

There are various techniques for taking a dependency and injecting something else in its place. In the Objective-C runtime, swizzling — that is, dynamically replacing one method with another — is certainly one such technique.

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