Curious how to create a radio button in a mobile application built with Swift, but without using Storyboards? Read this short tutorial.
Curious how to handle the search bar of your mobile application after updating a device to iOS 14? This tutorial is for you.
In this tutorial I’d like to show you how to present
UIButton over all visible views in your mobile app. This solution is designed for iOS 13 and newer versions, so it can be implemented in
In this short tutorial, I’d like to show you how to implement secured elements to
UITextField, though a bit differently than usual. I mean, without accessing KeyChain and shared passwords in iOS (or even macOS).
Is leaving Storyboards for SwiftUI right? In this article, I am explaining it is. Although the framework is still immature, iOS developers should already think of making a switch. Here's why.
After several months of trying SwiftUI in my apps, I decided to list some concerns which keep me away from using it in production. Even if you're hyper-optimistic about it, it's still healthy to know its downsides and potential drawbacks it may cause in the work of a mobile developer.
When to use delegates and protocols for data requesting, and when do blocks do the trick in VIPER-based mobile development? Let's examine both instances in this tutorial!
So iOS 13 is here. A lot has changed in Xcode (universal apps) and Swift (Swift UI). Some changes require more love from a developer's perspective, especially if you already have apps in AppStore. My problem with iOS 13 was displaying Segmented Control. Read on if you want to learn more about my case.
Recently, I have found out how time formats on iOS devices can impact the ones inside a mobile app. Let's see how to make an application always display the 24-hour format regardless of your iPhone's or iPad's settings.
In this quick tutorial I’d like to show you how I manage unwinding views in mobile apps built with Swift by using VIPER design pattern. This simple trick can help you especially when you’re used to traditional MVC Storyboard’s segues.