This week let’s continue to explore the new feature of iOS 12 SDK. Andrew will show you how to customize the UI of user notifications. iOS 12 has given us the ability to add a UIViewController subclass to notifications which we can customize. Please do check out the tutorial and learn how to implement it in your app.
We are hard at work to update our course/books for iOS 12. While the books now support iOS 11 and Xcode 9, you’ll receive a free update for iOS 12 later this year if you grab it now.
Hope you enjoy all the great tutorials we collect this week!
Concurrency is a difficult topic to understand and execute. There are many things that can go wrong leading to wastage of precious time if you do not understand concurrency fully. This article sheds light on the much debated and less understood topic.
Upgrading to Xcode 10 and migrating to Swift 4.2 can lead to a lot of errors because Swift 4.2 has obsoleted and renamed constants and types. Read on to find out how to carry out the upgrading process efficiently.
The title says it all. Yes, this article is all about tools that aid your productivity as a new iOS developer. Know everything about the iOS development, design, audio, video, and productivity tools that the author uses on a daily basis.
How do applications store their data? There are many file formats such as MP3 and JPG that are standardized and well documented, but what about custom, proprietary file formats? What do you do when you want to extract data that you know is in a file somewhere, and there are no APIs to extract it?
What is the best way to test a single unit of code in isolation? Unit Tests are the most simplistic tests one can write and they are fast and stable. So you can test a lot of code quickly and efficiently.
While our Swift books now support iOS 11 and Xcode 9, we are updating all our Swift books for Xcode 10 and iOS 12. We’ll explore all the new APIs and frameworks (e.g. Core ML 2 and ARKit 2) in our books and course. Most importantly, you will receive the iOS 12 version of the books for free if you get the books now!
This article discusses a very important and interesting feature in mobile apps - Search. Which is a better approach of the two most popular ways of using search on your application, the search bar on the landing screen or search tab on the navigation bar?