A Guide to Get You Started With iOS Development in 2017

iOS turned 10 last month and the platform is definitely showing signs of maturity. Swift has been officially supported for 3 years now, and is currently moving on to version 4. New frameworks and functionality are being pushed out annually, and this is definitely helping to move the industry forward as a whole. CoreML and ARKit are both poised … Continue reading A Guide to Get You Started With iOS Development in 2017

Beginners to Swift should use .debugDescription

  Lost in a piece of code that you can't seem to debug? Xcode's debugger being a tad bit ambiguous? Try using the .debugDescription method from the CustomDebugStringConvertible protocol in conforming types. Signal the flashback... Last night, as I was trying to get the AVFoundation framework to work in my app, I came across a … Continue reading Beginners to Swift should use .debugDescription