Month: February 2017

Mobile Development Digest #62

Hello. That was a good week and Apple was the main newsmaker. At the first place, they announced next WWDC’17 in San Jose. Tickets will be distributed by lottery in the end of March. Everyone who will not be able to participate can enjoy conference online at developers site. Apple revealed trailer for upcoming series […]

Implicitly Unwrapped Optionals? Damn!

This is the first article in the series of “Swift? Damn!” articles. If you hadn’t read the¬†introduction¬†then please do it now. So… we are writing a¬†game and ¬†in the same time friends of mine studying Swift and asking me about all unclear things. Optionals were the first topic on which¬†I¬†got hard¬†questions. From Objective-c perspective optional […]

Swift? Damn!

Two friends of mine are dinosaurs in coding. They are developing apps in Objective-C and every time we speak about Swift they continuously complaining that they do not understand thiiis and thaaat, with Objective-C it would be faster… it looks like java scriiipt.. blah blah blah. Sometimes they refer to some open source projects. Pretty […]

Mobile Development Digest #61

Hello! I have collected a lot of great tutorials and new frameworks which you can try this week. Last week I asked for feedback about this digest. I received several good advices (Special thanks to Lucas Farah). During nearest weeks, I’m going to implement some of them and improve the way I present the information […]

One line CSV parser with Swift (The power of Swift)

We developing new game in ALSEDI and one of the tasks is parsing of CSV-like format. I find that it’s really fun and simple task with Swift. CSV format may contain complex and sometimes style-breaking elements, like comma between quotes. If you have this case then you need to use more powerful¬†parsing methods, like regex. […]

Good feeling

That feeling when you walk to the work and see an ad for app you’ve worked on couple months ago.

Mobile Development Digest #60

This is the¬†60th issue of the digest and I’d like to ask you for a feedback. I want to improve the content of the digest and need your help. Now¬†more than 1000 people is reading this digest at my blog, Mailchimp maillist, LinkedIn and RSS. This is huge. I would like to understand you more. […]