Building a COVID-19 Tracing app in a week

We wanted to create a prototype app to help people to find out if they contacted anybody infected by the COVID-19 disease. It will use wireless technologies searching near by and notify users. In this post we’re going to talk about the thoughts behind this app, why we made it...

Combine networking with a hint of SwiftUI

In this blogpost we will examine what Combine is and how it can be used. Combine is a huge topic, and obviously, we will not cover everything here. So, continue reading to learn how we can use Combine to make network requests in a very general and efficient way, and...

Animated Transitions in ViewController - Part 1

The hunger for magnificent design, animations and transitions is huge and nowadays designers are pushing developers to create beautiful views with lots of animations and smooth transitions.

Building the App Store using Compositional Layout

In the first 2 parts of this series we learned the basics for implementing a Compositional Layout and how to add Supplementary Items and Decorations.

Supplementary Items and Decorations

The previous part of this series covered the ground base for implementing a Compositional Layout.

Compositional Layout Basics

Even though this year at WWDC Apple introduced the new SwiftUI framework, which will redefine the way we create our app UI’s from iOS 13, there were as well presented some advances in UIKit, precisely, in the way we can build an UICollectionView through the newly added Compositional Layout. With...

How to make an augmented reality decorating experience app with AR Quick Look

AR Quick Look provides a very powerful augmented reality experience with user interactions like moving/scaling the object, people occlusion and sharing of the model supported “out of the box”.

iOS 2019 Retrospective

Apple recently posted their annual announcement that App Store is shutting down over the holidays. At the same time Stack Overflow has announced that Winter Bash 2019 is here, giving you a chance to add a funny hat to your Stack Overflow profile because why not?

An overview of watchOS complications

Complications are bits of watchOS application that can be put on the user’s watch face and offer quick information, simply by looking at his/her Apple Watch, without opening the accompanying watchOS/iOS app. The Apple Watch ships with some default complications: Calendar, Weather, Activity, Battery (it shows only the watch’s battery...

SwiftGen

SwiftGen is a tool to auto-generate Swift code for resources of your projects, to make them type-safe. You can organize and manage your resources by using auto-generated swift code.