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.
Here's a typical scenario: you have an app that solves a problem,
but nobody wants to use it because it looks ugly. This screencast will help you take your app from plain to sexy with a few very easy to learn tricks and tips!
Our agendas for this rendition of the tutorial series are:
Why this particular blog post;
What is a notification center and its pros and cons;
Before writing the first line of code, what you should configure in the iOS Dev Center to use “Notification Center”
What we need to use inside our app to enable the Notification Center
Finally, how to develop a Notification Server which serves the notification to the app users with the help of the Apple Notification Center
Long-press gestures is a type of a continuous gesture. The SDK will detect
if a press is pushed long instead of a single tap. In this tutorial we will
detect a long-press gesture and display an alert view. This tutorial is
built in iOS 8.1 and Xcode 6.1
In iOS 8 developers can add TouchID to their applications.The TouchID is
based on Local Authentication framework. In this tutorial we will add the
Touch ID authentication and the user is presented with an Alert View if the
authentication does/doesn’t succeed. This tutorial is built with iOS 8.1
and Xcode 6.1
This week we are going to cover Swipe gesture recognizers. Something you can find it almost every App on the iTunes store. Let's create a new application in XCode. Single View Application Product Name: Swipe gesture Language: Swift Devices: iPhone...