Though some regular meetups like our own Swift Office Hours will be taking the month off, there are still plenty of opportunities to celebrate and learn with fellow designers and devs this month—from holiday parties to discussions about how IoT and robotics are changing are future.
Localytics is a marketing double threat. You can use it to track important information about how your users behave and who your users are, and it enables you to send push notifications that target users based on the data that you have collected!
Note: This post is designed for someone who has a beginning to intermediate knowledge of iOS.
At Intrepid, we are lucky to have designers with a talent for animation, and our apps look best when their imaginations run wild. Executing their ideas requires a development team with the skills to keep up. Thus, the Intrepid Animation Club was born! Our mission: to seek out slick animations, build them, share them, and compare notes. Today I’ll be sharing the first of our adventures and a few key takeaways:
When Apple first created the iPhone, they had a lot to think about with regards to security. The real issues arose with the release of the iOS SDK, which opened the floodgates to developers ready to create their own apps.
Eight pages in to Apple’s new Swift language book, there’s a passing mention of “optional” values, and how these values can be nil. What you might have missed is that this also means that non-optional types can never be nil. Coming from Objective-C or even Java or C#, this may seem surprising (it was for me):