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by Aaron     www.mav3r1ck.io
Swift Version: 1.1
Open Source Weather App created in Swift #Swift #iOS

by Natasha The Robot     realm.io
Swift Version: unspecified
Last time at SLUG, we were excited to welcome NatashaTheRobot at our latest meetup, graciously hosted by Eventbrite. TableViews are the foundation of many iOS applications, and Swift provides several unexplored patterns for approaching TableViews. In this talk, Natasha goes over the basics of TableViews and how to apply “Swift-thinking” when approaching them in iOS8. Natasha is an iOS engineer who’s currently blogging about her experience learning Swift, and has started sending out a weekly Swift newsletter!

by robb     robb.is
Swift Version: unspecified
A small tutorial how to build a slick transitions for a Hamburger Button

by Arthur Ariel Sabintsev     medium.com
Swift Version: unspecified
There is no method named ‘length’

by Clayton McIlrath     www.swiftcast.tv
Swift Version: unspecified
An organic and (mostly) current list of Swift Cheat Sheets from around the web. Updated weekly, and recommendations are welcome @SwiftCastTV on Twitter.

by Shrikar Archak     shrikar.com
Swift Version: 1.1
Learn how to build 7 min workout app in Swift for iOS 8 in less than 7 days. We will be using the basic components like UITableview, Timers.

by tevfik1     blog.swifty.ml
Swift Version: 1.0
This book is for intermediate iOS developers who already know the basics of iOS and Swift development but want to learn how to use Core Data to save data in their apps. If you’re a complete beginner to iOS and Swift development, you can follow along with this book as well because the tutorials are always in a step-by-step format. However, there may be some gaps in your knowledge, so you might want to go through the iOS Apprentice Series first.

by Shrikar Archak     shrikar.com
Swift Version: 1.1
In this tutorial series we will learn how to build our own Uber app in Swift for iOS9. We will be learning about CoreLocation , MapKit and CustomViews.

by John Ryan Mullins     www.johnmullins.info
Swift Version: unspecified
How I Used Swift to Put Reddit JSON in an iOS Device A buddy of mine suggested I try to parse the JSON from Reddit to a table view as an exercise …

by tevfik1     blog.swifty.ml
Swift Version: 1.0
Start building apps for iOS 8 with Apple’s Swift programming language. If you’re grounded in the basics of Xcode and the Cocoa framework, this book provides a structured explanation of all essential real-world iOS app components. Through deep exploration and copious code examples, you’ll learn how to create views, manipulate view controllers, and use iOS frameworks for adding features such as audio and video, access to user calendars and photos, and tracking the device’s location.

by Alex Matthew     www.udemy.com
Swift Version: 1.1
A very detailed set of more than 180 tutorial videos walking you through Apple's Swift eBook. 10 tips to accelerate your Swift learning!

by Tim Duckett     adoptioncurve.net
Swift Version: unspecified
This GitHub repo is a minimum viable implementation of a UITableView in Swift. Here’s a swift (badum, tish) tutorial on creating a UITableView …

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: unspecified
With a progress view, also known as a progress bar, you can show the progress of a task to the user. In this tutorial we will simulate the progress of a specific task. This tutorial is written in Swift so you will need Xcode 6. It can be downloaded at Apple's developer portal.

by     www.swift-tutorial.io
Swift Version: 1.0
Swift is a wonderful language that gives you an easy entry-point into the Apple developer ecosystem. If you've been put off developing for OS X and iOS because of the need to learn Objective-C, now is the time to start. The jump to Swift from languages like Ruby and Python is small compared to the previous gap to Objective-C. Swift is a fully-featured modern language that facilitates rapid, stable development. Once you've learned Swift, you'll find it easier to create robust, fast programs than was previously the case. This tutorial walks you through the features of the language while allowing you to leverage your existing programming knowledge to get up-to-speed quickly.

Swift Version: unspecified
Now we are going to look at using Physics in our Spritekit based game. If you’ve worked with a physics engine before, a lot of this is going to feel very familiar. One of the key differences from many other engines is SpriteKit handles updating the graphics as well as the physics. It’s a fairly involved process, so I am going to split this across multiple posts.



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