My latest app, in.notes, uses Core Data for persisting notes to the file system. While the setup is relatively simple and could have been implemented in a number of ways, including archiving, using Core Data however, was the right decision for many reasons.
As I am going through each class, rewriting the app in Swift, the time has come to research Core Data piece. Since I had a couple of hours to spare today, that’s exactly what I did.
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Took some time to write a simple implementation of the CollectionView using the new programming language – Swift. Check out the project on my GitHub page here.
What a great day for iOS developers. In addition to some new APIs, Apple has dropped an unexpected “one more thing” at the end of the keynote – Swift. Swift is basically a new programming language for iOS and OS X. After playing with it for a couple of hours today, I love it. Granted, it will take some learning before I can really understand what’s going on, but so far, it’s pretty cool.
Recently I had the privilege to work with my friends on a project that required in-app purchase integration. To be more precise, we had a couple of app features locked and required paid upgrade to work. Because of that, I had to dive into in-app purchase APIs. Sadly, most of the articles – tutorials, are too complex for such a simple task. Thats why I wrote a very simple library implementing in-app purchase with 2 lines of code.
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