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Enum-Driven TableView Development

From www.raywenderlich.com

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Swift enums to handle the different states of your app to populate a table view.
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simformsolutions/SSSpinnerButton: Forget about typical stereotypic loading, It's time to change. SSSpinnerButton is an elegant button with a diffrent spinner animations.

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sakrist/BezierPath: Bezier path triangulation with Delaunay algorithm.

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GitHawkApp/StyledTextKit: Declarative building and fast rendering attributed string library.

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xmartlabs/XLPagerTabStrip: Android PagerTabStrip for iOS.

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steve228uk/MessengerKit: A UI framework for building messenger interfaces on iOS

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blackpixel/IAPKit: A simple approach to Apple In App Purchases (IAP) that handles the presentation of products, purchasing, receipt validation, and timed free trials.

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IAPKit - A simple approach to Apple In App Purchases (IAP) that handles the presentation of products, purchasing, receipt validation, and timed free trials.
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What's new in notifications in iOS 12 – mackuba.eu

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One of the things that caught my attention in the WWDC videos I watched last week were the improvements in the notification system, meant to on one hand give more control over notifications to the users and make them a bit less overwhelming, and on the other hand make them more useful by allowing them to be more interactive.
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Enumerating enum cases in Swift – Ole Begemann

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New in Swift 4.2, the compiler can generate a collection of an enum’s cases, relieving you from the error-prone task of maintaining such a list yourself.
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How to create a stretchable TableViewHeader in iOS ??

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Note: I have mentioned TableViewHeader above. But I am not actually using TableViewHeader for this article. For understanding what I am doing here , you should be familiar with UIScrollView and its…
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Table header view with AutoLayout – aunnnn –

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I’d been searching for how to use AutoLayout with a table header view. Setting a table view’s tableHeaderView feels like throwing a view in a dark hole. We don’t know how it’s related with other…
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Xcode tip: improving the assistant editor ·

From www.jessesquires.com

I recently discovered a preference in Xcode’s Navigation settings that makes the ‘Assistant Editor’ much more useful, especially when writing Swift.
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Generic Data Sources in Swift – Capital One DevExchange –

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In the vast majority of iOS apps I’ve been working on, table views and collection views have been the most commonly used UI components. As setting up a table view or collection view requires a lot of…
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Custom Navigation Transitions – Chili Labs –

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So, it's a pretty cool thing to do a custom navigation transitions between your controllers. I decided to play around with it and the end result turned out to be quite good looking. Why not share…
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What’s New in Swift 4.2?

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Swift 4.2 is finally out! This article will take you through the advancements and changes the language has to offer in its latest version.
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View Controller Lifecycle Explained: When to Use viewDidLayoutSubviews

From www.appcoda.com

As an iOS Developer, we are always concerned that we are lacking in knowledge or sometimes we felt that we are inadequate in skills. We say to you all programmers out there, you know enough and be patient with yourself as you continue to excel in your daily work or hobbies in coding. There are always a lot of lists made by many different developers saying many different things that we should know first as an iOS Developer. But how much is ever enough? Today we will focus on the small little things that will help give us a clearer […]
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WWDC18 - lots of polish but still some surprises

From www.shinobicontrols.com

Monday saw the start of the heavily anticipated WWDC 18 along with excitement, beer and pizza at shinobi HQ! The lengthy keynote outlined Apple’s future plans for iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. We were particularly interested in the roadmap for iOS, expecting a polish rather than a slew of new features. Apple see
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Create ML: How to Train Your Own Machine Learning Model in Xcode 10

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With Create ML, Apple gives developers the ability to create our own machine learning models straight into Xcode Playgrounds! Let's see how to use the tool.
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Test Driven Development Tutorial for iOS: Getting Started

From www.raywenderlich.com

In this Test Driven Development Tutorial, you will learn the basics of TDD and how to be effective at it as an iOS developer.
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Yummypets/YPImagePicker: � Instagram-like image picker & filters for iOS

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SwipeCellKit/SwipeCellKit: Swipeable UITableViewCell/UICollectionViewCell based on the stock Mail.app, implemented in Swift.

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