Xcode for Windows?

Xcode for Windows – many developers are wondering whether that exists. In this article we will answer this question. Furthermore, we will discuss which alternatives you have, if you don’t have a Mac, but want do to some iOS and Swift development anyway.

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iPhone X: Safe Area

iPhone X is a huge update and you should adapt your apps for it. In this post we will discuss how you can use the so-called safe area to do so.

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Top Ten Most Popular Posts Of 2017

The beginning of the year is a good time to look back, so I put together a list of the ten most popular posts of 2017. The ranking is based on the number of page views.

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Swift: Extensions

Like categories in Objective-C, extensions in Swift give you the opportunity to add functionality to a type. This is not only possible for your own types, but also for types for which you don’t have access to the source code.

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Distributing iOS Apps – An Overview

iOS is a very secure operating systems. One reason for this is that iOS apps can’t just be installed on every device as you want to – instead there are certain distribution ways you can choose from.