Check out a developer’s initial impressions of the new announcements at WWDC 2016 so far!
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Chris Wagner currently works as the lead iOS developer at Infusionsoft and started “programming” by playing with QBASIC and the Lego Mindstorms kit (thanks Dad). The next big thing was the web, as an avid gamer for many years (Rogue Spear, Counter-Strike, WOW) he continued to feed his passion for software development by building web sites for his gaming clan and others. After graduating with a Computer Systems Engineering degree from ASU he worked as a Java web app developer before moving on to leading multiple iOS development teams.
In this SQLite tutorial, you’ll learn how to interact with the SQLite C APIs directly from Swift, before moving on to create you’re own SQLite Swift wrapper.
Discover how easy it is to make your app’s content searchable through Spotlight with this iOS 9 app search tutorial.
Check out what an iOS developer thinks of Apple’s newly released tvOS SDK – including details on development tools, TVML, the touch engine, and more!
In this inspiration talk, Chris charges you to take pride in your code and go the extra mile to make it not just workable, but clean or even awe-inspiring.
Learn how to make your app’s data show up in Notification Center in this iOS 8 today extension tutorial!
Check out our Swift language FAQ, filled with answers to tons of common questions about Apple’s brand new programming language!
In this iBeacons tutorial you’ll build an app that lets you register known iBeacon emitters, and tells you when your phone has moved outside their range. The use cases for such an app are infinite; the only restriction is your imagination.
This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Chris Wagner, an enthusiast in software engineering always trying to stay ahead of the curve. You can also find him on Google+. Welcome back to our 2-part tutorial series on how to synchronize core data with a web service! Just to refresh your memory, here’s what […]
This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Chris Wagner, an enthusiast in software engineering always trying to stay ahead of the curve. You can also find him on Google+. A lot of apps that store their data in a remote database only work when an Internet connection is available. Think about Twitter or […]