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How to Create Delegates in Swift Aman Aggarwal Aman Aggarwal  ●  Swift · Delegates · iOS  ●  Nov 16, 2016
How to Create Delegates in Swift

What are delegates? Let's explain the concept in simple terms with basic examples to get you started with delegations in Swift.

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Getting Started with Swift Lightbeard Lightbeard  ●  Beginner · Swift · iOS  ●  Sep 20, 2016
Getting Started with Swift

With this crash course of sorts, you will know enough to be dangerous in Swift.

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Enumerations and mappings to other enumerations Cesar Tardaguila Cesar Tardaguila  ●  Swift · Swift enumerations · iOS  ●  Mar 17, 2016
Enumerations and mappings to other enumerations

Swift enumerations are cool, and here is a neat use case and example of how to use Swift enumerations.

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Swift Beginner's Guide to View Animations Abdul Karim Abdul Karim  ●  Swift · iOS · Login · View animation  ●  Jan 13, 2016
Swift Beginner's Guide to View Animations

In this tutorial you are going to learn how to use View animation and how to convert a simple view into an awesome view.

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iOS9 3DTouch Tutorial: Introduction Zaid Pathan Zaid Pathan  ●  Swift · iOS · 3dtouch  ●  Jan 08, 2016
iOS9 3DTouch Tutorial: Introduction

With iPhone 6s+ & iOS9, you can now develop apps with 3DTouch, an interesting new way for users to interact with your apps. This article will serve as an intro to what you can do with 3DTouch.

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Swift Quick Tip: Using Apple MapKit's MKLocalSearch Ryan Ackermann Ryan Ackermann  ●  Swift · Mapkit · Corelocation · iOS  ●  Dec 02, 2015
Swift Quick Tip: Using Apple MapKit's MKLocalSearch

Have you ever wondered which restaurants were nearby? Apple’s MapKit framework provides an easy way to lookup places via natural language search - here's how.

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What's New In Swift 2 Brett Romero Brett Romero  ●  Swift · iOS  ●  Sep 30, 2015
What's New In Swift 2

At WWDC15, Apple announced Swift 2. This article will go over some of the features you’re most likely to use. Swift 2 works with Xcode 7, which is also now available.

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Parse Tutorial: Customizing Your Twitter/Facebook Signup/Login Views Matt Goldspink Matt Goldspink  ●  Swift · iOS · Parse  ●  Sep 08, 2015
Parse Tutorial: Customizing Your Twitter/Facebook Signup/Login Views

All the code for Part 2 is available on github https://github.com/mattgoldspink/swift-parse-login-part2 In the previous tutorial we looked at how we can quickly add Login & Sign Up views to our app using Parse, Facebook and Twitter. In this tutorial, we’ll take what we have done and we will customize our Login and Sign Up views so they‘re...

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Parse Tutorial: Adding a Twitter/Facebook Signup/Login to Your iOS App Matt Goldspink Matt Goldspink  ●  Swift · iOS · Parse  ●  Sep 03, 2015
Parse Tutorial: Adding a Twitter/Facebook Signup/Login to Your iOS App

The full code for this Tutorial can be found at https://github.com/mattgoldspink/swift-parse-login-part1 First impressions are everything, so when users download your app, you have to make sure that the first screen they see lets them know this app means business. Setting up a proper signup/login process used to be very tedious and...

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Swift Tips & Tricks: Using Functions as Parameters in Swift Seyithan Teymur Seyithan Teymur  ●  Swift · Closures · Functions · iOS  ●  Aug 19, 2015
Swift Tips & Tricks: Using Functions as Parameters in Swift

Suppose you have a function that returns the double of any integer that it takes. func doubleOfNumber(number: Int) -> Int { return number * 2 } And you want to double every Int in an array. You might want to do this: [3, 1, 2, 4].map { return doubleOfNumber($0) } // Returns [6, 2, 4, 8] Now the map function in this case takes a...

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