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by Mark Petherbridge     ios-blog.co.uk
Swift Version: 1.0
The NSTimer class can be used to create ‘timer’ objects in your iOS applications. Simply put – a timer. I’m sure you’ve all seen iOS applications that have a similar function to this. Ever wondered how they work? Wondering How NSTimer Works? Well, it works by waiting for a specific interval of time to elapse before it fires. Upon firing it will send a specified message to your swift app target object. For example you can tell your NSTimer object to send a message to a window with instructions to perform an update after a period of time has elapsed, or with this example update a label every second.

by Mark Petherbridge     ios-blog.co.uk
Swift Version: unspecified
How do you store data in a program? Or, How do you store data in Swift for your iOS Application. Well, you store them in variables, but you already knew that didn’t you? Here is my first post about Swift variables, where we discuss their Swift Variable declaration and Swift Variable definition. In particular, we will mostly be discussing the concept of Swift variables and Swift constants.

by Mark Petherbridge     ios-blog.co.uk
Swift Version: unspecified
What? Apple has brought out swift to start programming iOS 8 Applications. What if I need to use Objective-C in Swift? Don’t worry. You can do this.

by Mark Petherbridge     ios-blog.co.uk
Swift Version: unspecified
This tutorial shows you how to connect to the iTunes Search API using Swift for iOS8.



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