There are multiple ways to make your application feel more personal to your users or even reward the most loyal ones. However, there aren’t many as simple as having multiple application icons available and, in this post, you’ll learn how you can do it.
Ever wanted to show your users which dependencies your application has? I needed this for an application I’ll launch soon and, in this post, you’ll learn how you can achieve it.
Building your own screen saver in Swift can be a tricky task since the template provided by Xcode wasn’t designed for it. Still, it’s far from being impossible.
Programmatically done Auto Layout is still the preferred way of implementing views by a lot of developers. While there are amazing open-source frameworks, most of them differ from Apple’s anchor syntax. Therefore, by adding them to your project, you’ll raise the entry level complexity of your project and increase its learning curve. In this article, you’ll learn how to avoid adding an external dependency and create your own layer above
NSLayoutAnchor to solve some of its issues.
How would you achieve the following screen?
Ever wanted to ignore a value returned from a function but if you do so you’ll end up with the following warning?