In the first part of this two-step tutorial I presented the techniques for loading and presenting a view controller. Those techniques include both graphical and programming approaches, so everybody can choose what fits best to them when a new view controller is about to be presented. However, in that post I didn’t show at all how data can be sent

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Most iOS apps that show multiple content, also contain multiple¬†view controllers. If your app is not based on a navigation controller or a tab bar controller, but it’s a single view based application, then loading and presenting the various view controllers to the user it’s a task that has to be done manually. Generally speaking, loading view controllers either through

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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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