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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2019-05-23.
  • Camera Manager is a simple Swift class to provide all the configurations you need to create a custom camera view in your app.
    Article  Added by sandrobfc // // 3 days ago
  • How to implement Infinite UIScrollView in easy way
    Tutorial  Added by Valia // // 3 days ago
  • Swift vs Objective-C - which language should you choose for iOS app development? With the popularity of the iOS platform and the higher payment ability of Apple users, businesses focus their strategic efforts to deliver the highest quality products. The right tech stacks play an important role here. Therefore, with the introduction of Swift in 2014, lots of confusion appeared in the iOS development world.

    Check out the detailed Swift vs Objective-C comparison further to make the best choice.
    Article  Added by Bessalitskykh // // 6 days ago
  • Snapchat is still the king of filters, beating Instagram on the App Store and Google Play with the new gender swap filters.
    Article  Added by ashleyflores // // 9 days ago
  • How to use flow coordinator pattern with a native navigation bar and swipe back action.
    Tutorial  Added by Valia // // 10 days ago
  • This course is a concise introduction to GraphQL for iOS developers. It explores the fundamentals of GraphQL and the especially things that make GraphQL suitable for modern applications, like its realtime capabilities.
    Tutorial  Added by shark-h // // 11 days ago
  • We’re very excited to introduce Semaphore for iOS, a supercharged CI/CD service which makes it easy to build, test and deploy applications for any Apple device. iOS support is fully integrated into Semaphore 2.0, so you can use the same powerful CI/CD pipeline features for iOS as you do for Linux-based development.
    Tool  Added by wojtekidd // // 11 days ago
  • Learn how to build Tinder swipe cards in Swift, using Koloda View
    Article  Added by mrcflorian // // 12 days ago
  • Data structures are really important, given that all programs deal with data and how they're stored. This Swift tutorial takes a deep dive into arrays: ordered, random-access data collections.
    Tutorial  Added by austin_kodra // // 13 days ago
  • Let's talk about the pros and cons of Doubly LinkedList and how to create it in Swift.
    Tutorial  Added by Valia // // 19 days ago
  • RxSwift 5 was finally released just a few days ago, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to share a quick list of the most note-worthy changes pushed into this release.
    Article  Added by freak4pc // // 20 days ago
  • An interactive liveVideo course on how to use Swift to build iOS apps, through learning the fundamentals of this language and many examples and exercises.
    Tutorial  Added by vonlatinski // // 23 days ago
  • A guide to creating apps for iPhone and iPad using the Swift language.
    Book  Added by vonlatinski // // 23 days ago
  • Learn how to add a powerful image labeling ML model to your iOS app with this fun and easy-to-follow tutorial.
    Tutorial  Added by austin_kodra // // 24 days ago
  • Pieces of advice to create complex views, reusing a simple layout
    Article  Added by Valia // // 24 days ago
  • The blank page problem: "There are so many parts, and you have no clue how they fit together. Or worse, you don’t even know all the moving parts in the first place.... Here is a useful framework I use as I’m building a new app or new features for an app to begin and keep filling in that blank page."
    Article  Added by evandeaubl // // about 1 month ago
  • iOS debugging tips & tricks for iOS Developers
    Article  Added by bkucharskiDev // // about 1 month ago
  • Introducing a SwiftPM-based dependency manager for the Apple developer community to fill the gap until integration into Xcode.
    Article  Added by Dschee // // about 1 month ago
  • Our new Appfigures SDK tool is open and free to use. We built this to give app developers and other mobile players a closer look into how heavily SDKs are used and how competitive they are in the landscape. It's a Top SDKs Ranking list, covering iOS and GP, with filters for SDK type as well as App Categories.

    As we're continuously scanning millions of iOS and Android apps to provide SDK Intelligence through our Explorer platform, we decided to open up the market share data to everyone.
    Tool  Added by frankieying // // about 1 month ago
  • In this article, you'll learn how to use container view controllers with a sample app that implements a variety of containment approaches.
    Article  Added by Valia // // about 1 month ago
  • Adding features to a large, existing codebase is a challenge that many engineers will face in their coding career.
    Article  Added by Valia // // about 1 month ago
  • "What if you don’t need or want the added complexity of supporting push notifications, or even local notifications, but want to alert the user via an app badge? Manual app badges turn out to be really easy, but the docs don’t make it seem that way."
    Tutorial  Added by evandeaubl // // about 1 month ago
  • The majority of applications are online only apps which query and respond REST requests using JSON. Users expect modern applications to work in a wider variety of areas, without network and respect their battery and network.
    Article  Added by jeremyrempel // // about 1 month ago
  • If you’re building your interface in a storyboard, though, you’ll find one big problem when you add the code to make your view circular: Your storyboard doesn’t look like your app. Ugly.
    Article  Added by evandeaubl // // about 1 month ago
  • Whenever an app welcomes me with a cute animation I’m far more likely to try its features. Find out just how you can add cute animations to your app with POP!
    Article  Added by sandrobfc // // about 1 month ago
  • How to write safer localization code and save time by getting less distracted from your actual code writing task in Xcode.
    Article  Added by Dschee // // about 1 month ago
  • Have an object navigate through a set of waypoints that follow the user in this simple implementation.
    Tutorial  Added by austin_kodra // // about 2 months ago
  • iOS app development may be a troublesome process for some, but there are some workarounds for this annoying situation. Find out exactly how I've done it.
    Article  Added by sandrobfc // // about 2 months ago
  • How to effectively verify unit test side effect without code generation in Swift
    Tutorial  Added by Valia // // about 2 months ago
  • Specifying a segue for forward navigation is straightforward, but what if you want to specify a segue to dismiss a screen, such as the simple case of tapping a Done button to dismiss a modal screen? Suddenly the answer isn't quite so obvious.
    Article  Added by evandeaubl // // about 2 months ago