TIL: You can move multiple iOS apps at the same time. Tap and hold to start wiggling one, move it a little, then tap other apps to add ‘m to the stack you’re moving.
Whilst checking out the aforementioned IMcD23/TabView and a few other iOS/macOS libraries I could not help by notice the lack of CocoaPods and the presense of Carthage. Apparently the community is now leaning more towards the latter. Carthage is intended … Continue reading
There are two primary view controllers in this library: TabViewController and TabViewContainerViewController. A TabViewController contains an array of tabs, a visible tab, and some methods to add and remove tabs. A TabViewContainerViewController contains TabViewControllers. IMcD23/TabView (GitHub) → (via Louis D’hauwe)
When a nearby contact with an iOS device wants to connect to a hotspot you are familiar with (e.g. your device knows the password), you can easily share the password with their device: It’s small additions like this that put … Continue reading
Recently it was announced that iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 will include Service Workers, opening up the way for PWAs on iOS (and potentially macOS too, following lead of Microsoft here). ☝️ If you don’t want to download the macOS … Continue reading
Version 2.0 of the aforementioned PanelKit. PanelKit is a UI framework that enables panels on iOS. A panel can be presented in the following ways: Modally As a popover Floating (drag the panel around) Pinned (either left or right) This … Continue reading
Record Animoji videos with unlimited duration with this standalone app. This app uses the private AvatarKit framework, the same one that’s used by Apple’s iMessage app. It leverages ReplayKit’s screen recording capabilities to allow for longer recordings than the standard … Continue reading
Some folks have been poking around in the HomePod Firmware update. Doing so they’ve unearthed the existence of an upcoming face unlock feature using and infrared camera and face detection, the new iPhone’s bezel-less form factor, and its resolution of … Continue reading
The creators of “Conduct THIS!” are building an AR version of their game: Lookin’ good! Sidenote: If you want to follow iOS specific AR projects, be sure to follow @MadeWithARKit on Twitter. You’ll find some inspiring stuff on there.
Wasn’t aware of this, but turns out one can control (and interact with) the iOS Simulator straight from the command line. There’s no need to install anything new though. The tool we’re going to be using is already on our … Continue reading