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 framework does all the heavy lifting for dragging panels, pinning them and even moving/resizing them […]
Matthias Nys, a former student of mine, has released his first pod NYSKeyboardHelper, a helper which resizes a scrollview so that it doesn’t go under the keyboard. Add a constraint to your project’s Storyboard and set NYSKeyboardHelper as the custom class, or add it programmatically: let keyboardConstraint = NYSKeyboardHelper(item: self.view, attribute: .bottom, relatedBy: .equal, toItem: […]
Interesting to see that Swift can also be used as a serverside language. One can clearly see parallels with other languages and frameworks. For example Vapor comes with an HTTP Package, which – amongst other things – contains a Request class. // http://vapor.codes/example?query=hi#fragments-too let scheme = request.uri.scheme // http let host = request.uri.host // vapor.codes […]
Have you ever wished you could change some config parameter for your app without deploying a new version? Of course you have! Wouldn’t it be great if you had whole config for your app in the cloud and change it as you see fit? Of course it would! Well, go ahead, just put some config […]
Swift Cheat Sheet and Quick Reference → Sidenote: I cannot stop laughing at this sentence that made it onto the Apple site introducing Swift. Swift is the result of the latest research on programming languages. Namespaces and closures; ORLY?