Xcode 9 beta 6 and iOS 11 beta 7 have been released for a few days. If you didn’t aware of that, it is time to upgrade your Xcode 9 to the new beta version.
As always, you can find a great collection of tutorials for your weekend reading. In particular, we release a new tutorial on ReplayKit. In case you need to add screen recording feature to your apps, you shouldn’t miss the tutorial.
It is a well known fact that there is no sharing of code between the iOS and Android ecosystems. There is a possibility that model, business logic and network code can be shared between Android and iOS when it is written in Swift.
You’ve probably seen this tooltip control in some of Apple’s default apps or when editing text on iOS. This tooltip actually has a name, UIMenuController, and can be customized and used in your own app, although the API can be kind of hard to grasp.
Swift 4 and iOS 11 brings us the Codable protocol as a way to convert a type to and from an external format. The most popular format may be JSON but it also works great for old school Cocoa property lists.
Launching a new 2.0 or design gives product teams the rare chance to reignite that new-user-high. This post has a collection of the very best tips to launching a product redesign, along with some great examples.