Dealing with databases and handling data in general is an important and crucial part of any app. I had covered a topic on how to manage a SQLite database using SwiftyDB some months ago on another post. Today, I’m coming back aiming to talk about databases again, but this time I’m going to present you another library that you may

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Every developer always uses color combinations along with images to produce a good-looking result when creating an app, trying always to achieve the best user experience possible. Sometimes, however, something more might be needed; simple colors might not be good enough for the best outcome in certain cases, but gradient colors could become the perfect fit. I had personally a

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Have you ever been asked to create PDF documents with content straight from your app? Have you ever even thought how to do that, if you’ve never done it before? Well, beginning the post by setting questions is a bit of unorthodox way to start, but the above summarise what I’m about to talk in this text. The idea of

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Amongst all the features Xcode 7 incorporates, there is one that admittedly distinguishes; that is the new revolutionary, much better way to write code documentation. With the introduction of Xcode 7, developers can use the powerful Markdown syntax to apply rich text formatting to the text of their documentation, which in combination to specific keywords that indicate special parts (like

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Several treasures like not so well-known frameworks and libraries can be found in the iOS SDK. Most of them can be proved to be real gems and truly useful tools, saving you from hours of extra work. One of them is the Quick Look Framework, and even if you’ve never used it before, it’s easy to understand what’s all about

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Choosing a way for storing data permanently is something that is always needed when developing applications. There are various options we can pick from: To create single files, to use CoreData or create a SQLite database. The last option includes some extra hassle as the database must be created first, and all tables and fields to be already defined before

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iOS apps exist in millions out there, and most of them communicate with servers to exchange data. In their majority, the server implements and provides RESTful APIs that apps can use for the communication. When an app needs to send data to the server, or fetch from it, it makes the proper request and after a while the data has

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