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 and collect feedback. I believe you will like it.
Any problems? Drop me a note firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rubik’s Cubes and Genetic Algorithms in Swift [Video]
- Rules for better Swift code. In short it might be formulated as – Don’t overuse “required”, build better classes’ API to decrease if-then, use open source and take care on your code style
- SpriteKit Text Disintegration. If you ever saw effect of color powder in Far Cry 4 then you probably would like to read this article. It’s possible to do similar thing with small modification of the tutorial
- Solving Snakes and Ladders Using Graph Theory
- Fun Animations with CGAffineTransform (Scale, Rotate, Reposition) Tutorial (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3) [Video]. I do not really like video tutorials for developers. Normally it is sooo inefficient, but in case of animations this makes sense
- 100 iOS Interview Questions And Answers: Part 1 and Part 2. Objective-C, Swift and Apple Frameworks
- JDBreaksLoading. You can easily start up a little breaking game by one line
- TinyConstraints. The syntactic sugar that makes Auto Layout sweeter for human use ?
- AnimatedCollectionViewLayout. A UICollectionViewLayout subclass that adds custom transitions/animations to the UICollectionView without effecting your existing code
- GridLayoutManager with RecyclerView in Material Design
- I could not find a simple Gesture Detection android library, so I built one. [irony]As usual in Android[/irony]
- Using the Android Keystore system to store and retrieve sensitive information
- RecyclerView & ListView basic comparison
- The 2016 Android Developer Toolbox
- Material Design and the Mystery Meat Navigation Problem
- Top 5 Mobile Interaction Designs of January 2017
Cover photo by Dmitri Popov
If you wrote article or framework for iOS and Android and want it to be published in the next mobile development digest then send me the link.