How to take advantage of Apple’s APIs with already-existing data for text classification
Widgets are a powerful extension for your iPhone, iPad and Mac apps and is a perfect way to extend and personalize your iPhone home screen with new visual functionality.
Using Apple's recommended unified logging system using OSLog can be done in just a few steps. Learn how to use it in combination with the Console app.
Combine vs RxSwift: in this article we introduce Combine, the new Apple framework, and spot its main differences with RxSwift.
Welcome to another programming tutorial in the Swift programming language! Today we we are going to talk about a topic that usually everybody knows something more or less, but it’s important for new developers in Swift to really understand what is all about and how it works. It’s quite often for the subject of our discussion not to receive the proper attention, so it’s either misused or not used at all. It’s a topic that the more someone advances in Swift, the more necessary it becomes in order to write better and clearer code. And that topic is about Access […]
Over a weekend recently I built a tiny Mac app (more on that later). What I was trying to achieve required executing AppleScript, like so many things on macOS. It seemed simple enough, but of course new app sandboxing restrictions...
Memory Management in Swift: Understanding Strong, Weak and Unowned References
San Francisco display vs text / compact vs normal. Learn the main differences in the new apple fonts.
In this article, you'll be learning about the MVC (Model-View-Controller) and the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) design patterns.
Apple has released it’s own package manager called ‘Swift Package Manager‘ to share and distribute Swift packages. It’s good to know that…
Timers are a great way to run code on a repeating basis, and iOS has the Timer class to handle it for you. First, create a property of the type Timer!
Learn how to make your own magazine app with custom text layout in this Core Text tutorial for iOS.
Here are some of my findings when trying to switch from Xcode to AppCode for writing Swift code.
What the hell is Content Hugging and Content Compression Resistance Priorites? Here a tutorial about Xcode Auto Layout Content Sizing Priorities