Swift 3 Tutorial – Fundamentals

Swift 3 Tutorial In this Swift 3 tutorial, we'll focus on how beginners may approach going from complete beginner to having a basic grasp on Swift, and we'll be working with Swift 3. We chose to write this tutorial because newcomers will find many tutorials out there that are out of date, so it's not appropriate to simply write a…

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Designing Animations with UIViewPropertyAnimator in iOS 10 and Swift 3

Designing Animations with UIViewPropertyAnimator in iOS 10 and Swift 3 This is part of a series of tutorials introducing new features in iOS 10, the Swift programming language, and the new XCode 8 beta, which were just announced at WWDC 16 UIKit in iOS 10 now has "new object-based, fully interactive and interruptible animation support that lets you retain control…

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Developing tvOS Apps for Apple TV [Part 2]

Looking for some help building your Apple TV tvOS App? I'm available for consulting and development, contact me. This is part 2 of the tvOS tutorial. If you haven't gone through part 1 yet, I suggest you run through that first. Adding Interactivity In the first section we created a simple TVML document with a few buttons. It looked something…

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Developing tvOS Apps for Apple TV [Part 1]
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Developing tvOS Apps for Apple TV [Part 1]

Here's what you'll have at the end of part 2 of this tutorial if you follow along: Looking for some help building your Apple TV tvOS App? I'm available for consulting and development, contact me. Apple TV Developer Tools Before we get started you'll need the Xcode 7.1 beta, which you can download here: Download Xcode 7.1 Beta Note that…

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Swift 2 – What’s new

Monday Apple announced Swift 2, and just about everything announced is an extremely welcome change. This post is a summary of Chris Lattner's discussion in the WWDC video "What's new in Swift". Now, let's run through them... Fundamentals enums can now be printed to the console and show the actually value instead of just (enum value). Additionally, println is now…

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Open Source Swift – A Look At The Top Swift Repositories

Github, the most popular open source repository for open source software, offers a feature that let's us view repositories by language. In this post, I want to dissect some of the most popular Swift repositories as of June 5th, 2015. So, let's kick it off with the most starred Swift repository, Alamofire. Alamofire Alamofire is an "Elegant HTTP Networking in…

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