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.
The keyword guard has been introduced in Swift 2. It was a little bit inconspicuous at the first sight, but it has a lot of power. In this article we will take a look at three uses cases for guard.
Error handling is a very important topic and I’ve written already a blog post about that topic. You can also check out my talk about that topic on the Swift Summit in San Francisco. In this post
The so-called Nil Coalescing Operator is an interesting operator, that you can use for working with optionals.
A calculator app is a great example for a simple iOS application. In this tutorial series we will cover all steps to build one.
This will be a four part tutorial that will cover everything
For sure you’ve already heard that leaving your comfort zone is a great way for improving yourself. In this article we discuss the best ways for a developer to do so.
Very often an app creates data that should be saved. In this article we’ll discuss the different possibilities for data persistence on iOS.