I do not want to say anything about Apple event past week. Friend of mine who was fan of Apple products ordered Samsung Note 8 after that. Personally, I will buy iPhone X later. It is still most powerful smartphone in the world and together with ML and new core it stays most interesting mobile gadget.
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- DIY Prisma app with CoreML. Tutorial posted by Oleg Poyaganov, CTO at Prisma Labs 🔥
- Sneak peek into iOS 11 Drag & Drop API using Swift
- New App Store Review Guidelines available. New noteable changes include guidelines for apps which uses in-app purchases, ARKit, Face ID identification, app store marketing and other
- XCode GM, macOS High Sierra GM and iOS GM seeds are available. Check and submit your apps to the App Store. Don’t forget to check new features of an AppStore in iOS 11
- Apple’s Fall 2017 Videos. Apple uploaded new videos for all it’s new devices and frameworks from iPhone X to new Apple TV
- Basecamp 3 for iOS: Hybrid Architecture. Case study frin Zach Waugh iOS Developer at Basecamp
- Xcode 9 Vector Images. Changes in the way of working with scalable images in XCode
- iOS 11 by example
- CoreML-in-ARKit. Simple project to detect objects and display 3D labels above them in AR. This serves as a basic template for an ARKit project to use CoreML
- Android 8.0 Oreo, thoroughly reviewed. All the changes, I would be happy if it will contain a little bit less words.
- Videos from Google Developer Days Europe 2017.
- Optimizing Nested RecyclerView.
- Introduction to ARCore [Video]
- MapMe. The Android maps adapter
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