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.

iOS
Nodes x Hacktober Fest 2019

Getting started with Open Source projects can be daunting some times, but we hope that our local Hacktober Fest events inspired people to get more involved in this community. We organised 5 events across 5 different locations, all with their own personal vibes and here is a short recap of...

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NSSpain 2019

NSSpain 2019 NSSpain is one of the most well-known iOS conferences held in Europe. This year was its seventh year, and with over three hundred participants, the tickets got sold out even before a single speaker was announced. Taking place in Logroňo, a beautiful city situated in the northern part...

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Droidcon London 2019

Droidcon London 2019 We had the opportunity to attend the biggest Android conference in London. It was full of great talks and we will try to highlight here some of which we attended.

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ServerSide.swift 2019

What it’s all about As stated on their website, ServerSide.swift is aiming to be a non-profit, framework-independent conference “solely run for the love of server-side Swift”. This was the second year of the conference, this time organized in Copenhagen, Denmark from Oct 30 to Nov 1.

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Droidcon Berlin 2019

Droidcon Berlin 2019 Back in July, Lucas and I took a trip to Berlin for the Droidcon 2019 conference. It was the second mobile development conference that I’ve been to and the first one entirely dedicated to Android, so I had high hopes. In this blog I’d like to highlight...

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Using USDZ for a better AR experience

ARKit 3.0 was officially released together with iOS 13.0 and it includes a lot of augmented reality goodies, such as people occlusion and motion capture. You can read about all the new features here.

iOS
Github And Jira Integration

Thousands of organizations around the world use GitHub and Jira together to manage software projects. With your GitHub account linked to Jira, it gives your team the ability to see branches, commit messages, and pull request in the Jira tickets they’re working on. On the GitHub side, you can view...

QA
Sharing code between iOS and Vapor

Code reusability has always been one of the ultimate goals for us developers. Building your backend with Vapor not only gives you highly scalable apps with shallow memory footprint, but also the potential to share some of your backend code with your iOS app without paying the extra cost. The...

Vapor iOS