UIMenu Improvements in iOS 14 Jun 24, 2020 Learn about new improvements introduced to the UIMenu APIs starting on iOS/iPadOS 14 ...
The secret entitlements behind Default Apps on iOS Jun 23, 2020 I hate that my first WWDC article is going to be as lazy as this, but I thought I’d write about it anyway so as to at least give an starting point to devs who will want to try creating their own default web browser or e-mail client on iOS and iPadOS. Please note the vast majority of my thoughts here are based on a very short response I received on the dev forums. ...
Error Protocol Specializations in Swift Jun 18, 2020 Learn about the different Error Protocol Specializations in Swift. ...
Please Help, Apple Is Threatening To Terminate My Apple Developer Account With No Clear Reason. Jun 17, 2020 UPDATE June 18, 2020 at 10:24 PM EST: I have made contact with a human at Apple after they reached to me via Resolution Center. We are working on solving the issues, and while I have not been told “yes, your account will not be terminated”, I believe in good faith we will work something out. Yes, the issue was my fault after all, but they are being very understanding and are letting me redeem myself by uploading a new binary. ...
Document Scanning and Text Recognition With Vision and VisionKit on iOS Jun 10, 2020 Learn how to scan documents and detect in iOS with the Vision Framework. ...
Using the iOS Keychain with Biometrics Jun 3, 2020 Learn how to use the iOS Keychain with Biometrics, such as Touch ID or Face ID. ...
Using the iOS Keychain in Swift May 27, 2020 Learn how to use the iOS Keychain in Swift. ...
Writing Content Blockers for iOS May 20, 2020 Learn how to write Content Blockers for iOS. ...
Dependency Injection with Storyboards on Apple Platforms May 13, 2020 Learn how iOS 13 solves the issue of Storyboard dependency injection. ...
Quick Introduction Reflection in Swift May 6, 2020 If you have been programming for a few years, you have undoubtedly come across the term Reflection. This feature allows us to inspect and work with the members of a type. if this doesn’t make sense, suppose you wanted to check what members a type has. How would you do this? Ideally you’d like to iterate over its members and print them. This is a very basic application of Reflection, but it should let think of other potential uses for it. ...