One of the really great features of Swift is its ability to be used not only as a compiled language but also as a scripting language. This allows us to execute Swift scripts without the need to compile them first and outside of XCode. In this post we will look at how to create and execute Swift scripts.
Using the MKLocalSearchRequest. object type, it is possible to provide a
search query. The response can then be manipulated. In this tutorial we
will search for Hotels and Musea in the city of Amsterdam. The results of
the search will be displayed on the map by using annotations. This tutorial
is built in iOS 8.3 with Xcode 6.3
Prior to iOS 9 when using Auto Layout it requires the creation of a lot of
constraints, even when using relative simple user interfaces. In iOS 9,
Apple introduces the Stack View, which will automatically create Auto
Layout constraints for each subview that's added to it. In this tutorial we
will create a vertical Stack View containing three subviews. This tutorial
is made in Xcode 7 and for iOS 9.