In this tutorial, you’ll be using the Keychain to store and verify login information and explore using Touch ID in your app.
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In this video we move on to creating our own custom layout breaking free of UICollectionViewFlowLayout.
In this video we look at moving cells using drag and drop. We will also add table view style headers that scroll with the cells.
In this video we add the ability to delete cells from the collection view.
In this video we look at subclassing the layout in the collection view, so that we can animate the addition of the cells.
In this video we look at adding new cells to the collection view.
In this video we break the collection view into multiple sections with each displaying a title.