Greg Heo on March 17, 2016
In this push notifications tutorial you’ll learn how to use to notify your users, and perform small tasks even when they aren’t actively using your app!
Find out the best image editors for OS X, as selected by the raywenderlich.com team! Includes a handy chart to help you pick the best image editor for you.
We just had our second annual tutorial conference, RWDevCon 2016. Find out how it went! :]
You (hopefully) love using Core Data in your apps but what’s the best way to pull data off the Internet and synchronize it with your app? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to structure your Core Data calls into services which makes synchronization easier for both unit testing and implementation.
Developing for iOS used to be as straightforward as just targeting an iPhone, iPad, or (if you were feeling adventurous) both! In the past year, however, Apple has introduced a watch, a new Apple TV, and bigger iPads that can run your app in a multitude of size modes. You will learn how to create a single project that shares styling, frameworks, and code across a family of targets including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and a Today Extension.
Sick of giant view controllers? Not sure where to put your app’s business logic? Wanting to write tests but can’t for the life of you get started? Lucky for you, the Model-View-ViewModel pattern is the answer you’ve been looking for! In this session you’ll get hands on experience organizing your code into easy-to-understand testable components using MVVM.
Is your codebase resilient to change? Can you and your team build features and fix bugs swiftly and easily without inadvertently introducing regressions? In this tutorial, you’ll learn practical core architectural concepts while getting hands on experience writing flexible code. From encapsulating user story logic into asynchronous NSOperations to injecting dependencies, you’ll walk out of here architecting apps like a pro!