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iOScreator Swift Tutorials

Arthur Knopper (49996)


by     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 1.1
Prior to iOS 9 when the user needs to connect to a web page the URL is handed off to safari. forcing the user to exit out of your application. In iOS 9 the Safari View Controller can be used to provide a full web experience inside of your application. In this tutorial we will display a webpage inside a Safari View Controller. This tutorial is made in Xcode 7 for iOS 9.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 1.1
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

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 1.0
Here is a list of the ten most popular Swift posts of the ioscreator.com site. The number inside the  parentheses is the number of page views.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 2.0
The UITextChecker object can be used to spelling-check a string. In this tutorial a few words will be displayed inside a Table View. When the words are selected, they will be checked for spelling, the backgroundcolor will change to green if the spelling is correct, otherwise the background color will change to red. This tutorial is made in Xcode 7.2 for iOS 9.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: unspecified
A size class is a new technology in iOS8 to allow you to customize your app for a given device class, based on its orientation and screen size. Before iOS8, the developer had to use multiple Storyboards and orientation checks in code to use different UI layout per device/orientation. In this tutorial we will take a look at adapting Size Classes in Xcode 6.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 2.2
Creating Outlets for multiple Objects can be time-consuming and tedious. It is also possible for objects to share the same Outlets. In this tutorial multiple outlets will be created using the tagvalue of the buttons. This Tutorial is made with Xcode 7.2 and built for iOS9.2 and Swift 2.1.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: unspecified
A segmented control displays a list of options that a user can choose from. Each segment sort of looks like a radio button, the segments remains “pressed” even after the user selects the control. In this tutorial we create 2 segments inside a UISegmentedController. Each segment will display a different text value on a label. This tutorial makes use of Xcode 6 and is build for iOS8.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 2.2
In this tutorial items of an array will be saved from and loaded to a property list. This will keep the data persistent and so when the app will terminate the current data will be available next time the app is started. This tutorial is made with Xcode 7.3.1 and built for iOS 9.3

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 1.0
Core Graphics is a very powerful low-level API. In this tutorial we will create gradients with the help of Core Graphics. For simplicity sake, we'll use linear gradients. Linear gradients start from one point and color to another point and color. The gradient will move from left to ritght on the view. This tutorial is built with for iOS8.1 with Xcode 6.1.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 3.0
A long-press gesture displays a Context Menu, which gives the user the ability to use cut/copy/paste operations on the selected object. By default, the Context Menu is disabled on a Table View. In this tutorial the context menu will be enabled to copy the text of the Table View Cell, this text can then be pasted into a Text Field. This tutorial is made with Xcode 8.1 and built for iOS 10.

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 2.2
In this tutorial an xml file will be parsed using a NSXMLParser object. The results of the parsing will be displayed in  a Table View. This tutorial is made with Xcode 7.3.1 and built for iOS 9.3

by Arthur Knopper     www.ioscreator.com
Swift Version: 3.0
When using Table Views inside the Storyboard, prototype cells can be used to create some predefined or even custom layouts of the Table View Cells. In this tutorial we will create a basic Prototype cell, which includes an (optional) image and a title. This tutorial is made with Xcode 8.2.1 and



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