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Swift Version: 1.0
Swift 1.2 introduces many improvements to the language, and one of the best is the ability to perform Multiple Optional Bindings on a single line.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
Many apps segue to a different View Controller when a UITableViewCell is tapped. Learn how to implement this in your own apps via storyboards.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
The UITextField is the most basic way to get text input from an iOS app user. Learn how to dismiss the keyboard when the user taps elsewhere on the screen.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
A UITableView is the perfect way to show a list of objects to the user to select from. Learn how to set one up and react to taps on different rows.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
UIColor is the way to represent a color for iOS apps. If you need refer to a specific color for custom drawing or backgrounds, check out how to use UIColor.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
Most apps have more than one view to show during its use. Learn how to transition between views with segues, and how to share data between them.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
Learn how to make your first Swift iOS app, the Hello World. Learn how to do initial project setup, autolayout, and make outlets and actions.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
If you need a human readable NSDate in your Swift app, don't be a stranger to NSDateFormatter. It even localizes dates to different locales and calendars.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
NSUserDefaults is the simplest way to get data persistence between app launches. It has its limitations, but is ideal for storing small bits of information.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
WKInterfaceTimer makes it easy to add a countdown timer to your Swift app. Just set the units you want, the format to display, and the target date.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
This post shares how to write a WatchKit Counter App in Swift. It covers the use of new UI elements, Watch GUI Layout, and code in the WatchKit Extension.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
This post shares about the NSDateComponents class. This allows you to create dates or timespans based on their components, instead of NSTimeInterval.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
This post discuses a bit about NSDate. An object of this class specifies a particular moment in time, and is used in calendrical calculations.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
Learn how to add sharing to your Swift apps with UIActivityViewController. With it users can post to social media, send messages, and more from your app.

by Nick Hanan     www.codingexplorer.com
Swift Version: 1.0
This post talks about the Five Execution States of an iOS app - Not Running, Suspended, Background, Inactive, and Active. Each has their own limitations.



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