This post walks through the process to upgrade a set of nested API calls from the familiar closure syntax to the new and improved Swift async/await syntax.
App development for iOS, creating applications for my own development studio (Cuvenx Inc.), and consulting with awesome clients to build their mobile applications.
This post presents three approaches to signaling changes to the SwiftUI that I’ve found useful in various scenarios: @Published variable binding, .onChanged() events and NotificationCenter messages.
This post presents an architectural pattern for enabling rich mobile app analysis by integrating app telemetry data with Google Big Query.
Back in the day the original iPod could be plugged into a computer and used as an external hard disk. Alas iOS doesn't provide this feature, but it's still possible for those determined enough to find a way.
Last week Google launched Jetpack Compose into Beta status, with a target production release of Summer 2021. In this article I'll cover at a high level what Jetpack compose is--and why it promises to fundamentally change and radically improve native Android development.
SwiftUI is Apple's new development language and paradigm for building applications for its desktop and mobile platforms. In this article I'll discuss at a high level what SwiftUI is and how businesses and developers should think about its adoption in their development planning process.
A cheat sheet of Swift closure snippets and examples I've collected over time to help get syntax and usage right the first time.
SwiftUI's date picker provides a wide range of visual selection functionality and style choices. This post provides a visual reference to the actual UI appearance created by various picker configurations.
Displaying data in a chart is a common task in an iOS application. In this tutorial I'll demonstrate how to use Swift to create a resizable, dynamic bar chart composed of UIView elements with Auto Layout constraints entirely in code.
A cheat sheet of snippets and examples I've collected over time of using Apple's String class and related string processing and string manipulation techniques
In a perfect world every network request will succeed on the first try. But in the real-world, not every API request succeeds. This post covers a technique to build automatic retries into an iOS or macOS client application.
A cheat sheet of snippets and examples I've collected over time of using Apple's Foundation Dictionary class.