So you want to use an Objective-C Library or SDK in your Swift application eh? Well do not fret. This quick tutorial will show You how you can create an Objective-C Bridging Header in your Swift application so you can use them both together and seamlessly.
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So I wanted an animated UIScrollView which iterated around a collection of UIViews that had been programmatically added to my UIScrollView.
Josh Garnham, the Creator of Dringend: A fully-fledged iOS & Mac development environment on your iPad has given us the rights to give away three copies of this absolutely, awesome and powerful app.
- May 5, 2014
As we’ve seen before, an NSString is an object that represents a block of text. The name presumably comes from the fact that it is a string of characters, though that is just supposition, but does make it slightly easier to remember.
A great and insightful introduction to the Objective-C: NSTimer Class.
Another instalment of the Beginners iOS Developers Guide to Objective-C language for developers by Matteo.
- January 12, 2014
When you are dealing with UITextFields one thing you need to handle is the showing and hiding of the keyboard. In this Objective-C Tutorial I will show you how to correctly manage the keyboard for UITextFields.
Ah, pointers. Nothing strikes more fear into the heart of novice C programmers, or developers who aren’t used to them. Add to that the notion of double pointers (**) and address-of operators (&) and you are pretty much guaranteed to scare them away. But they are really not that hard, as long as you understand 3 things: A pointer contains a memory address value A pointer has a memory address of its own All parameters, including pointers, are copied with
- January 1, 2014