After the latest change in my diet, I eat a lot more often throughout the day and try to spend the time watching educational talks to make use of my time. Functional programming seems to not only be all the hype -- its concepts seem to reach mainstream thinking, too. Here's a collection of talks you ...
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In your Xcodes navigation area, right click paws project and select New File… in iOS->Source, select Objective-C file and hit next. Name your file any name you want and click next. Dialog box will pop up asking if you would like to configure an Objective-C bridging header, click Create Bridging Header.
In iOS 7, Apple introduced a new feature called AirDrop. With AirDrop, you
can easily share data with other nearby iOS devices. AirDrop uses Bluetooth
to scan for nearby devices. When a connection is established via Bluetooth,
it’ll create an ad-hoc Wi-Fi network to link the two devices together. In
this tutorial we will share a picture between two devices using Airdrop.
This tutorial is made for iOS8 with Xcode 6.3.1.
iOS 9 introduced GameplayKit and its built in AI for games, GKMinmaxStrategist. Follow this tutorial to make your own AI-driven Four in a Row game, and get some more UIStackView practise at the same time!
The AVAudioPlayer class provides playback of audio data. In this tuturial a
music file will be played, paused and stopped. Furthermore, the track title
and playing time will be displayed. This tutorial is made for iOS 8 and