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CloudKit Fundamentals

From www.andrewcbancroft.com

Data Sharing is in demand -- CloudKit Fundamentals will teach you the basics of using Apple’s flagship framework for remote data storage and sharing!
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Introducing Push Notifications by Tutorials | Ray Wenderlich

From www.raywenderlich.com

Introducing our newest book, Push Notifications by Tutorials! See what’s inside the book, and how you can get your own copy today!
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UIFieldBehavior

From nshipster.com

With the design refresh of iOS in its 7th release, skeuomorphic design was famously sunset. In its place, a new paradigm emerged, in which UI controls were made to _feel_ like physical objects rather than simply look like them.
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SpriteKit Labels iOS Tutorial

From www.ioscreator.com

With Sprite Kit you can display text in your game using Labels. These labels are of type SKLabelNode and its main function is to display a string. In this tutorial we will display a label and add the functionality to drag it around the screen. This tutorial is made with Xcode 10 and built for iOS 12
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kboy-silvergym/ARKit-Emperor: Power! Unlimited power for ARKit 2.0!

From github.com

Power! Unlimited power for ARKit 2.0! Contribute to kboy-silvergym/ARKit-Emperor development by creating an account on GitHub.
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lovoo/NSFWDetector: A NSFW (aka porn) detector with CoreML

From github.com

A NSFW (aka porn) detector with CoreML. Contribute to lovoo/NSFWDetector development by creating an account on GitHub.
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muukii/TypedTextAttributes: � The Library Creating Text Attributes with Type-Safety

From github.com

� The Library Creating Text Attributes with Type-Safety - muukii/TypedTextAttributes�
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Access Control Management with Swift – iOS App Development –

From medium.com

Access control is a requirement for every app that has different kinds of users or even just implements login functionality, sometimes it is as simple as preventing not-logged-in users from accessing…
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Capturing Self with Swift 4.2

From benscheirman.com

Swift blocks are an increasingly common way of providing _callback_ type behavior to asynchronous functions.

Swift 4.2 introduced an interesting change recently, but first let's take a step back and review what "capturing" means.
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� Type-Safe Swift Models –

From blog.usejournal.com

In this article, we will go through Type-Safe ways of Model design, Codable and how to decrease boilerplates we all have to write in future. Why is type-safety important? Unfortunately Architectures…
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iOS 12

From nshipster.com

Here at NSHipster, we're interested in the nitty-gritty: the small (dare we say, _obscure_?) changes that add up to make a big impact to our day-to-day. In celebration of this week's release of iOS 12, we're sharing a few gems we found by trawling through API diffs.
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Text Kit Tutorial: Getting Started | Ray Wenderlich

From www.raywenderlich.com

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Text Kit in your iOS app to layout your text and create different visual styles.
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Delegates vs Closure Callbacks –

From itnext.io

Remember how awesome the delegate pattern was in Objective-C? Enabling classes to be super reusable by delegating out the bits that you might want control over. There’s a reason that it’s so…
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Memory Management in Swift: Understanding Strong, Weak and Unowned References

From www.appcoda.com

Behind all the coding that we are doing, you probably have noticed some of your variables with the reference of strong, weak or unowned when writing your codes.  What do they really mean? Does it make your variable stronger by declaring all with the reference of strong? The usage of strong, weak or unowned are actually related to the memory management in Swift called Automatic Reference Counting (ARC). Let’s slow down a little and try to understand what everything means here. So, ARC actually does automatic reference counting. In the definition of Computer Science, Reference Counting is a technique of […]
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Regular Expressions Tutorial: Getting Started | Ray Wenderlich

From www.raywenderlich.com

This introduction to regular expressions teaches you the basics of regular expressions and how to use them.
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An Introduction to Regular Expressions | Ray Wenderlich

From www.raywenderlich.com

This introduction to regular expressions teaches you the basics of regular expressions and how to use them.
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CMMotionActivity

From nshipster.com

Today's iPhones are packed with a full complement of sensors that includes cameras, barometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, and accelerometers. Like humans, they use permutations of different sensory information to make determinations about their position and orientation, often by means quite similar to our own biomechanical processes.
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Prefetching images size without downloading them [entirely] in Swift

From danielemargutti.com

How to finds the type/size of an image given its URL by fetching as little data as needed; made with Swift with no dependencies.
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