The best iOS development links from May 2016.
It was a lot of work but I’ve managed to publish 100 blog posts in less than a year. Here you can find a list of all my blog posts sorted by category.
If you are working on a lot of projects or you are using a lot of test devices, Xcode uses a lot of your disk space. In this post we will discuss how to clean up your Xcode installation.
The Xcode Folder
If you want to learn mobile development, you should specialise in one platform. But which platform should you choose?
Sometimes we are facing a major setback. In our projects, career or personal life. We can’t undo things, but we can decide how to move on.
There are lot of reasons to like being an iOS developer. But sometimes we have a loss of motivation though. If that happens, you should remind yourself why being an iOS developer is awesome.
The best iOS development links from April 2016.
It doesn’t matter how much you love your work and how passionated you are about it, at some point you will face a temporary loss of motivation. Most of the times, this is due to the so-called “Wall
Swift provides you some handy functions like filter and map for manipulating arrays. In this post we will take a look at filter and how you can combine it with map.
So, let’s imagine you have an