Cocoapods is a dependency manager for Swift projects. It simplifies
importing third-party libraries to the project and it handles dependencies.
In this tutorial we will import the FontBlaster library using cocoa pods.
The FontBlaster library makes it easy to use custom fonts inside the
project. This tutorial is made for iOS8 and Xcode 6.4.
We're going to be using CloudKit to load and save user data, we'll read from the microphone using AVAudioRecorder, we'll add UIStackView and NSAttributedString for great layout, and we're going to tie in push messaging for dynamic updates.
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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.