Type Annotations in Swift are a really useful way to make sure that the specified value matched that of the expected value. This is extremely useful when using functions and declaring your variables.
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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.
is a popular backend-as-a-service () that essentially gives developers a virtual database and app server in the cloud. You can create a “cloud code endpoint” with a unique name that accepts any number of parameters. This endpoint can then be invoked by the mobile SDK, and a response returned. This response can consist of any number of data objects. For standard database queries, this SDK comes with an additional powerful feature: client-side caching. However, the Parse mobile SDK does not
- April 14, 2014
Modern software design is getting flatter and thinner all the time. Another trend that follows suit is the thin, one pixel progress bar that you see at the top of websites and apps. You’ve seen in it on Medium blogs, mobile Safari and other apps on iOS 7. I’m going to show you how to create a component like this to use in your own apps. This particular component I’ve created was inspired by the PHHHOTO website (bottom of the
- February 3, 2014
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.
UITableView is one of the most versatile UIViews in UIKit. It can be used in so many ways, the mind boggles. It’s greatest benefit is efficiently showing data (as cells) with low overhead.
- November 26, 2013