What is New in iOS14

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iOS 14 brings a fresh look to the things you do most often, making them easier than ever. New features help you get what you need in the moment. And the apps you use all the time become even more intelligent, more personal, and more private. Experience You’re able to do more with your iPhone than ever before. So iOS 14 reimagines the most iconic parts of the experience to be even more helpful and personal. Widgets Widgets have been totally redesigned to give you more information at a glance — and now you can add them to your Home Screen. Choose from different sizes and arrange however you like. Redesigned App Library The new App Library automatically organizes all of your apps into one simple, easy‑to‑navigate view. Apps are sorted by category and your most used apps are always just one tap away. Picture in Picture Now you can keep watching videos or continue your FaceTime call while you use another app. Messages Keeping in touch has never been more essential. So iOS 14 gives […]

Memory Management in Swift

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Understanding Memory Management, Strong, Weak and Unowned References Behind all the coding that we are doing, you may have noticed some of your variables with the reference of strong, weak or unowned when writing your codes. What is Memory Management and what does the reference really means? The usage of strong, weak or unowned are actually related to the memory management in Swift called Automatic Reference Counting also referred to as (ARC). Let’s slow down a little and try to understand what this means. So, ARC actually does automatic reference counting. In the definition of Computer Science, Reference Counting is a technique of storing number of references, pointers, or handles into a resources such as an object, block or memory, disk space or other resources. In short, ARC actually helps store references into memory and helps clean up when it is not being used. On a side note, reference counting in this case only applies to instance of classes and not structures and enumerations as they are both value types […]

iOS 12 and Swift 4.2 for beginners!

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We are proud to tell you that our new iOS12 course is here! This course is designed for absolute beginners, if you havent done any iOS development in your life, after taking this course you will be able to write your own iOS applications in just few weeks time! Yest that right, few weeks, not months and years. Our course will take you step by step from downloading xCode to posting your ready app to AppStore! We are going to teach you Swift 4.2 programming language and we will use the latest xCode 10 (free from AppStore) to design and develop our iOS apps. The course will start at absolute beginner level and gradually move to more advance topics when you get more familiar with iOS12, Swift 4.2 and xCode! We are going to cover very wide topics! By the time you complete this course, you are going to be experienced iOS Developer, you can star building your own apps, find new work or even work from home and make […]