Welcome back to part 3! Our focus for this final part in the tutorial series is on signing up and signing in users, and, securing data between users. If you have not already read the previous episodes in this series...
Welcome back to part 2 - our focus for this tutorial is on getting data out of Parse and into a table view. If you have not already read or are not comfortable implementing Parse into your XCode project -...
Most modern iOS apps have a feature of a search bar to search for items in
a Table View. This tutorial will show how to add the search
functionality to a Table View which let the user search through the items
by specifying a search term. In previous iOS versions a
UISearchDisplayController object was used to implement searching, as of iOS
8 this class is deprecated, UISearchController must be used instead, which
is what we use in this tutorial. This tutorial is built in iOS 8.1 and
Depending on what your app does it is super likely that your app will create or consume or share data. Managing your app data is not trivial, requiring skills, thought processes and time most app developers do not have. So...
When a user begins editing a text object the keyboard is diplayed. It is
possible for the keyboard to be placed on top of the text object that the
user wanted to edit. When this happens, you must adjust your content so
that the target object remains visible. In this tutorial a Text Field on
the bottom of the sceen will be edited, when the keyboard appears the Text
Field will move upwards to keep it visible. This tutorial is built in iOS
8.1 and Xcode 6.1
Local notifications are a way for an application that isn’t running in the
foreground to let its users know it has information for them. Local
Notifications can display an alert message or they can badge the
application icon. When users are notified they can launch the application
and view the details. In this tutorial we will create a local notfication
in the form of a message and a badge on the application icon. This
tutorial is built in iOS 8.1 and Xcode 6.1
With Sprite Kit you can create multiple scenes, one for each screen of the
app. It is also possible to use animation transition between your scenes.
In this tutorial we will create two scenes and create a transition. This
tutorial is built in iOS 8.1 with Xcode 6.1