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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

This year, WWDC was held in San Jose. Tim Cook started by explaining that it was the most diverse WWDC ever with 5300 attendees coming from 75 countries. I have been invited by Apple as a scholar. This year, the ticket and lodging was offered by Apple to the 350 scholars.

Read more www.appcoda.com


Monday, June 19, 2017

If you weren’t lucky enough to get a “golden ticket” to WWDC 2017, catching up by watching the videos will be quite a challenge, as there are over 130 WWDC session videos available this year!
There are videos on the newest APIs, such as ARKit, CoreML, Drag and Drop and Vision; ones covering Xcode 9 with new and improved refactoring in Swift, Objective-C and C++, and then there’s everything new in Swift 4, new bits in UIKit, great videos on accessibility and so much more.

Read more www.raywenderlich.com


Thursday, June 15, 2017

Seven years after the arrival of the first Android phone with Near Field Communications (NFC), Apple is finally allowing developers access to the short-range wireless technology in its own devices. Ever since NFC arrived on the iPhone 6 in 2014, it has been restricted to the contactless Apple Pay system.

Read more www.geekwire.com


Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Apple recently changed the terms of service for its App Store. One new paragraph caught the attention of John Voorhees at MacStories:

Apps designed to teach, develop, or test executable code may, in limited circumstances, download code provided that such code is not used for other purposes. Such apps must make the source code provided by the Application completely viewable and editable by the user.

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Enterprise application developers have a new choice for secure messaging systems, thanks to today’s launch of BlackBerry’s BBM Enterprise SDK. As the name implies, the tool allows developers to embed a version of BlackBerry’s messaging technology inside their iOS and Android applications for secure communications between users.

Read more venturebeat.com


Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Today, we’ll be learning how to use AV Foundation, an Apple system framework that exists on macOS and iOS, along with watchOS and tvOS. The goal of this tutorial will be to help you build a fully functional iOS app that’s capable of capturing photos and videos using the device’s cameras.

Read more www.appcoda.com


Tuesday, May 30, 2017

A few weeks ago I had written a guide that demonstrated saving captured images to Couchbase Lite as base64 encoded string data in a NativeScript with Angular mobile application. While the previous guide worked for both Android and iOS, the data was localized to the device. What if you wanted to synchronize the images between devices or even store them in the cloud?

Read more dzone.com



Did you ever feel frustrated when working with a REST API, because the endpoints didn’t give you the data you needed for the views in your app? Getting the right information from the server either required multiple requests or you had to bug the backend developers to adjust the API? Worry no more — it’s GraphQL and Apollo to the rescue!

Read more www.raywenderlich.com


Monday, May 29, 2017

Wanted to go to Apple’s WWDC 2017 developer event, but couldn’t get tickets? You’ll still be able to watch the opening keynote in real-time, with Apple confirming that it will again be streaming the event when it kicks off on June 5th. From 10am PT for what will probably last around two hours, we’re expecting to hear about the latest features coming to macOS and iOS, and maybe a little hardware news too.

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Saturday, May 27, 2017

New information from Sensor Tower confirms that whether you’re developing apps for consumers, or if app development for others is your business, Apple’s App Store is a good place to do business. The data shows that at least 69 iOS developers managed to make their first million-dollars in app revenue last year, and that’s just on the U.S. App Store.

Read more www.computerworld.com


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Imagine that it’s a hot day. The sun is out, and the temperature is rising. Perhaps, every now and then, there’s a cool breeze. A good song is playing on the radio. At some point, you get up to get a glass of water, but the exact reason why you did that at that particular time isn’t easy to explain.

Read more www.smashingmagazine.com



Since Siri was introduced in iOS 5, people have been asking when they’d be able to use it in their apps. Just five short years later, here it is. Er, well, sort of. And only for some types of apps.

Read more www.raywenderlich.com


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Mobile devices use HTML forms when using web services with iOS. We can create similar interfaces that don’t duplicate work but don’t look out of place on the device.

Read more dzone.com


Tuesday, May 16, 2017

In this article, we will see how to get started with MacStadium, a provider that offers dedicated Mac hardware which you can use with GitLab CI and build your macOS or iOS application.

Read more about.gitlab.com



Protecting an app with a login screen is a great way to secure user data – you can use the Keychain, which is built right in to iOS, to ensure that their data stays secure.  Apple also offers yet another layer of protection with Touch ID. Available since the iPhone 5s, Touch ID stores biometrics in a secure enclave in the A7 and newer chips.

Read more www.raywenderlich.com


Friday, May 12, 2017

Mobile developers building apps for iOS and Android have some new tools from Microsoft designed to make their lives easier. On Thursday, the company unveiled a series of apps and services, including one that’s designed to let Windows-based developers test iOS apps from their PCs.

Read more www.cio.com


Monday, May 08, 2017

But what about the developers that create the apps in Apple’s iOS App Store? One writer recently considered the idea that Apple has actually done an enormous amount of damage to developers by fostering a race to the bottom in terms of software pricing.

Read more www.cio.com


Friday, May 05, 2017

Mobile app developers hoping to gain a little more insight into how users discover their apps are in for some good news. Apple announced yesterday that it has updated its App Analytics tool to provide developers with exactly that.

Read more www.toptechnews.com


Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Let’s face it – we’ve all written code that just doesn’t work correctly, and debugging can be hard. It’s even more difficult when you’re talking to other systems over a network.
Fortunately, Charles Proxy can make network debugging much easier.

Read more www.raywenderlich.com


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Hi there! I published the third episode of “The Ultimate Guide to iOS AutoLayout” past week. Today I just published the fourth one. The AutoLayout Guide is a comprehensive guide to help you master AutoLayout in iOS.

Read more digitalleaves.com


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