Zingle. I named it as I have created this component on the Christmas week (2017). I haven't write about it before as I wanted to see how much people will like it? And here it is available for you on Github. Zingle can show an alert (simple text + combine with an image) underneath your … Continue reading Zingle: An alert for your iOS app!
Have you checked HHTabBarView? Yes, it's created by me for one of my app and I have published it on Github to get reviews and enhancements from the fellow developers and to make a tab bar experience as easy as possible. I am sure, many times in your development career you were end up with various … Continue reading A perfect tab bar for your next iOS app!
Do you ever need an easy-peasy floating view option button which will show up multiple options for your app and it will be really easy to handle the various options and do the things as you want? If your answer is yes, do checkout HHFloatingView.
Recently, I have updated this old control with improvements, fixes and code refactoring. Generally everything is same but to make this line a bit long I am adding these words. That's fine. But the main question is why I needed to update it? This was written as HHPageController back in 2013, an alternative of UIPageControl … Continue reading Why I am still working on Objective-C?
Try IBM's Swift Sandbox [BETA] – an online place to write and compile Swift code. It's very easy to use, you are able to start a new Swift file, load your existing Swift file and save it. Currently, the platform is based on Swift 3.1.1 and you can also change the Swift version from the Settings. … Continue reading Write a code in Swift without Xcode!
So today, we'll see how to integrate CocoaPods with a Swift project. In the end of this article, I will also explain how to do the same for an Objective-C project. Before we started, you would like to spend your 10 minutes on YouTube? See this video on CocoaPods. It's a good start to understanding … Continue reading How to setup CocoaPods with a Swift project?
So you're working on an app where a user can sign a document with Apple Pencil, but not sure how to import a document into your app? Example, your client send a very important document to sign on your Gmail (or Mail) in iPhone. Now to open the document with your application to sign? This post let … Continue reading How to associate your Swift app to open a PDF from Gmail?
Yesterday, I have integrated Travis-CI for this repo on Github. Here you can check the latest details about my repo integrated with Travis-CI. For everyone, who's not aware of what is Travis-CI.org? Travis CI is a hosted, distributed continuous integration service used to build and test software projects hosted at GitHub. To know more, wiki. Continuous … Continue reading How to setup Swift Git repository for Travis-CI?
Have you ever thought of changing your application icon after app is live in the AppStore?
Want to print logs in a fancy way? So here is the first Swift (v3.x) class to help me and developers to print logs in their applications. I named it Printer 🖨. You can check it on my Github. A Printer is available under MIT license. In comments, please add your feedback about the usage of Printer. I … Continue reading print vs. Printer – a fancy logger.