We got a number of emails about our Swift books. No worries. As I always mentioned, our books will be updated for Xcode 9 and Swift 4. Hopefully, we can deliver the book update by Oct.
iOS developers should be familiar with the built-in iOS simulator of Xcode. In Xcode 9, the simulator has been greatly improved with lots of tricks. Take a look at this week’s tutorial written by Ahmed Sulaiman, Founder and CEO at Flawless, to learn more about the tips and tricks.
The Swift Source Compatibility Test Suite was announced a few months ago as part of the effort to maintain source compatibility in future Swift releases. Learn how to add your projects to the swift-source-compat-suite.
For consumers, there are some great new privacy features for location permissions implemented by Apple. But for developers who use location for good and not for evil, these features are worth a deeper look.
We often encounter situations when we need to find a way to store objects based on some concept of identity. Let’s take a look in this informative post at some common concepts of identity that we have at our disposal in Swift, and how we can use them in different ways for values and objects.