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).
Apple provides a few ways of image grayscale conversion or applying grayscale on UIViews, but their results may vary. First, you should decide what you want to use it for and how it should work.
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!
Find out how to install Action Mailbox in your Ruby on Rails application step by step with another part of our Real Life Examples tutorial!
As it's been some time since Rails 6 was released (officially on 6th of August 2019), it's about time to update your application to this version of the framework. In this tutorial, I will show you how to easily do it, quickly solve potential problems along the way and take full advantage of some new features coming with Rails 6!
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.
Adding Gaussian blur to the UIView of your mobile application can improve its user experience a lot. Let me show you three simple ways to apply this popular visual effect in Swift.
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But who'd like to learn during the weekend... Relax, chill, rest a little. And brace yourself! Rails Tutorial is coming!
Do you know what fat cats like twitter (in its early days), yellow pages, basecamp, hulu, shopify, slideshare or github have in common? They’re all, along with more than other 800.000 existing websites running Ruby on Rails. How about staying behind such tech success by yourself?