Welcome to AppCoda Weekly Issue #22! At AppCoda, we can’t wait for the WWDC that will begin on Jun 5, though we were not able to get the tickets.
It’s quite sure Apple will announce Swift 4 and iOS 11. Some readers have asked us if we will update our Swift books for the upcoming version of Swift and iOS. Absolutely. As always, we will update the books once Apple officially releases the new version this fall. And if you purchase the books now, you’ll receive a free book update at that time. And, use this offer code “wwdc17” at checkout to receive an extra discount before Jun 5.
Talk soon, and enjoy all the amazing tutorials we’ve collected.
In iOS development you may risk side effects every time you run unit tests for your application. For this reason, a fake AppDelegate is a good way to enhance your tests as shown in this informative post.
Sourcery is a tool to generate code, using your written templates, using metadata from your production code. In this tutorial, Miguel explained how he implemented automatic bridging from Swift to Objective-C using Sourcery.
This post gives you the difference in UX flow of Instagram stories vs Snapchat and compares the two. Although both apps trigger users to upload and view photos/videos, but they do it in a completely opposite way.
It’s not just about the theory or syntax of Swift. This intermediate book (over 600 pages) will help you learn the new APIs introduced in iOS 8/9/10 in a practical way. It is regularly updated. The book is now updated for Xcode 8.3 and Swift 3.1
Apple announced that its education programming iPad app, Swift Playgrounds, will soon support robots and drones. That means young kids and students will be able to write their own Swift code to control any number of real-world toys and machines.