Currently, I am working on an app that features a table view with custom cells representing single items or grouped items. You can expand the group cells (to see their content) by selecting them. There are multiple ways to … Read the rest
Working with dates in Swift is a thing I remembered to struggle for a long time as a Junior developer. However, you should get used to objects that have date properties. E.g. you can sort stuff (e.g. see https://mic.st/blog/how-to-sort-an-array-of-objects-by-date-property/) … Read the rest
You might know the very handy
sort(by:) method in Swift that you can use to sort any kind of array. If not, see this as some kind of friendly introduction to you. Read carefully and I will teach you now … Read the rest
While publishing FlippyApp (https://mic.st/blog/portfolio/) to the App Store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/flippylearn/id1479486387) I learnt a lot about how to deal with the intransparent review process of the Apple App Store.
The two most important:
- The review process is very
Today I had some problems with a project that I wanted to continue working on today. Yesterday everything went fine but today XCode crashed everytime I tried to open it 🙈
Luckily there is a fix, that I found in … Read the rest
At the WWDC19 there was introduced a lot of font related cool stuff for iOS13. One great thing is the new serif system font NewYork which can be used in your apps.
To initialize a
UIFont with this or any … Read the rest