Blog posts with swift tag
Mobile app development: React Native vs Native
Thinking about reaching new customers with a mobile app and wondering which technology to choose? We examine the differences between cross-platform mobile app development with React Native and native development for Android and iOS.
What I've learned switching from MVC to VIPER
As an iOS developer, you certainly know that the basic programming architecture for Xcode is MVC - Model-View-Controller. But is MVC really the best way to make mobile apps? I checked out by giving the VIPER design pattern a try. Look what I found out.
How to make an Xcode cleaner app for macOS
In one of the previous tutorials, I was showing how to make a simple AppleScript that would clear cache generated by an Xcode app. This time we’ll make a macOS app that will mostly do the same, but we are going to add more features. Let’s face the challenge and take a look at the code!
Simple AppleScript app for clean Xcode
Clean temporary and unwanted files from Xcode with your own AppleScript app.
How to make a reusable Activity Indicator with Swift
Spinners let people know that your app isn't frozen while loading content. Check out how to make one that can be used on many views and storyboards.
How To Do A Simple Calendar And Date Picker in Swift - Tutorial
In this post I’d like to show you how to make a very simple calendar picker - using class
UICollectionView. Why? Sometimes default
UIDatePicker isn’t sufficient enough. For example, when you need horizontal date picker or when there is no place for the standard date picker. OK, let’s see how to do it.
Unusual ways to learn Swift programming
How to make time if you are too busy? Find out some ideas how you can help yourself with learning Swift if you don’t have enough time. Or, if you want to improve your skills in a train, plane, break between lessons, etc.
How to group values by the Core Data attribute
Core Data is a powerful database for iOS and MacOS. It allows you to store information on device and - of course - read them. For small and bigger projects Core Data is a great solution. Especially that Core Data contains "magical" features as fetching, sorting or summing values.