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An often ignored but rather powerful View Controller is the UISplitViewController. You can make one from a template and the storyboard, but ..read more
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A few tips ago, we went under the hood with unicode Characters and their relationship to the Swift String type. For most, that’s great ..read more
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Your app can get into problems when you launch UI from others threads, such as closures.  For example, you  might have an app that going ..read more
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One dilemma you’ll find when working with colors is switching between color systems. There’s two you’ll most often be using: the Red- ..read more
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For reading ease and visual accessibility you should be using dynamic fonts whenever possible. Let’s look at an example you can get from ..read more
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An often ignored but rather powerful View Controller is the UISplitViewController. You can make one from a template and the storyboard, but ..read more
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One of the core elements of clean code is having code that is consistent with identifiers. Head to the AppDelegate. Take a look at this ..read more
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One of those difficult things for even experienced developers to understand is Automatic Reference Counting, or ARC. It is how Swift ..read more
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You’ll find closures throughout the API’s, but you may not know how to use them properly. Let’s take a basic tour of closures.  ..read more
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Ducking has nothing to do with waterfowl. Sometimes you’ll want to add sound to your app, but the user will be using the music or others ..read more

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