Welcome to AppCoda Weekly Issue #24! We started to play around several new frameworks introduced during WWDC17. We can’t wait to share what we learned and show you what you can do with the new APIs. This week, let’s start with Core ML.
By the way, all our Swift books will be updated for Swift 4 and Xcode 9. If you get them now, you will receive an updated book when Apple officially releases the development tool this fall.
Core ML is definitely one of the most popular frameworks in iOS 11. It’s amazing that Apple has made it so simple to integrate machine learning models into your apps. If you want to learn more about Core ML, check out this beginner’s guide and let’s build a simple image recognition app.
Singletons are a fact of software development, especially in iOS. Sometimes the design pattern actually is the right tool for the job. In those situations, how we can improve the way we write our own singleton classes?
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
We have been using Dropbox for years for storing files and photos but their web redesign is meant to serve team-first functionality for users and people have started using Dropbox as a collaboration tool as well.
At WWDC a new refactoring feature in Xcode 9 that supports Swift, C, Objective-C, and C++ was announced. It was also announced that the key parts of the engine that support file-level transformations, as well as the compiler pieces for the new index-while-building feature in Xcode will be open sourced.