Category: iOS

A Swift Transition From iOS To macOS Development

    Today started just like any other day. You sat down at your desk, took a sip of coffee and opened up Xcode to start a new project. But wait! The similarities stop there. Today, we will try to build for a different platform! Don...

User Authentication For Web And iOS Apps With AWS Cognito (Part 2)

    In today’s digital landscape, developers constantly need to be adding new tools to remain competitive and at the top of their craft. If you regularly create new web or mobile applications, then Amazon Cognito is a powerful...

User Authentication For Web And iOS Apps With AWS Cognito (Part 1)

    Developers and organizations alike are looking for a way to have more agility with mobile solutions. There is a desire to decrease the time from idea to test. As a developer, I often run up against one hurdle that can slow down t...

Duolingo for PHP – How Much PHP Can Apps like Mimo Teach?

Mimo is an app which claims to teach coding “on the go”. As a long time Duolingo user, I could relate to this approach – particularly as I was becoming increasingly interested in achieving some degree of basic Swift literacy in the coming weeks. In an attempt to objectively assess the app’s abi...

The iOS 10.3 Security Alert Is Killing App Store Downloads: Here’s How To Fix It

    In its move to patch a security hole as part of the iOS 10.3 release, Apple has introduced (yet) another redirection mechanism that developers must handle when attempting to implement mobile deep-link routing (i.e. the mechanism ...

The iOS 10.3 Security Alert Is Killing App Store Downloads: Here’s How To Fix It

    In its move to patch a security hole as part of the iOS 10.3 release, Apple has introduced (yet) another redirection mechanism that developers must handle when attempting to implement mobile deep-link routing (i.e. the mechanism ...

The iOS 10.3 Security Alert Is Killing App Store Downloads: Here’s How To Fix It

    In its move to patch a security hole as part of the iOS 10.3 release, Apple has introduced (yet) another redirection mechanism that developers must handle when attempting to implement mobile deep-link routing (i.e. the mechanism ...

How We Built An iOS App To Shoot A 3D Video (Case Study)

    It wasn’t long after Hollywood released its first 3D films that the movie format quickly gained huge popularity worldwide. Thanks to developments in video-recording technology, any user can now shoot a video on their own. You c...

From Apple’s WWDC 2017 Highlights For Web Developers

    Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) has been running for 34 years, which is 6 years longer than The Simpsons. Like Netflix, Apple likes to drop a whole season at once. When it does, I devote that week and the foll...

How to Scan Fingerprints with Async PHP and React Native

We live in interesting times. A short while ago, a company called OfferZen announced a new, programmable credit card. It’s been a long time since I was this excited to get my hands on a piece of tech. My mind has been brimming with ideas ever since. So, I decided to write about one of them! I’m going to des...