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.