A bit different introduction to RxJava
Is Swift faster than Objective-C? This question has been asked so many times and the answer is still unclear. So I took the recent Xcode 7.3 beta and ran some tests comparing Swift 2.2 and Objective-C. The results were surprising even for me.
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Swift 2.2 is going to be released with Xcode 7.3 and is supposed to be sometime in March to May of 2016. This issue is planned to be an intermediate point between Swift 2 and Swift 3 contains more changes. Actually Swift 2.2 only warns you about changes, when Swift 3 would not allow you many things you have got used to. But do not worry – I guess it is another big step to make Swift swifter.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Simple and meaningful. Why have to setup whole view (meaning not only UIView, but all its subclasses included buttons, images or cells) with raw code and imagine how it possibly could look, when you can easily use IBInspectable and IBDesignable available in Interface Builder since Xcode 6? Exactly! Let’s try it out and take a look how simple it is.
You can find complete source code on Droids on Roids’ GitHub repository Background One of the useful features for Gerrit users is to receive notifications about events related to their changes. Gerrit contains built-in support for email notifications. You can just configure SMTP settings and voilà, bunch categories of emails will be sent. So far so […]
Currently, most mobile applications have login by social networks. In this post we will focus on solution using Twitter platform. We will try to create simple login using Parse backend service which provides support the Twitter API.
Do you remember days when maze games like Labyrinth 2 from Illusion Labs were one of the most popular titles on the App Store? In fact, it was a kind of a long time ago, when iPhone 3Gs and 4 had its glory time. I still think it was really nice idea, so why not create your own Maze game, especially since iOS SDK has such a great framework like SpriteKit?
The project can be found on DroidsOnRoids Github in Material Showcase repository. First glance The circular reveal animation is one of the most popular animations in a Material Design paradigm. Following official Android documentation: Reveal animations provide users visual continuity when you show or hide a group of UI elements. So with this kind of animation […]