Welcome to the 7th issue of AppCoda Weekly. This week we added a new section called App Showcase in this newsletter. Each week, we will feature an app published by one of our readers. And, in most cases, the app featured is the very first app that the reader developed after going through our learning materials. So, other than reading the tutorials we collected around the web, don’t forget to check out Diana’s app and show your support.
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Let’s face it – provisioning, certificates, beta testing, unit/ui testing, and app submission is nuisance, to say the least. We all know it’s true. In fact, developers often spend hours of their sought after time wasted on these tedious activities…what if there was a better way?
Singletons are discouraged and avoided in the software development field. They make code reuse difficult and cause innumerable issues. But what do you do when their use becomes unavoidable in certain circumstances.
One of the great things about Xcode is that you can add custom keyboard shortcuts for just about any command. Adding shortcuts lets developers run these common tasks without lifting my hands from the keyboard and selecting items from a menu. It’s a big time saver. Check out this great article to learn more about keyboard shortcuts.
Animation is powerful when used in a sophisticated ways. It adds life to any design, engages users in even the most routine tasks, and of course make you stand out from above the crowd. Well-designed animations make the experience feel crafted.
The swipe-to-delete function is the most widely used function in apps today. However, there are a lot of anomalies associated with how it is used and what is the right way to implement it. Find out more in this article.