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.
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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.
This technique demonstrates the simple but useful task of capturing the contents of a UIView as a JPEG image data object.
This quick post summarizes the steps to implement sending email from Swift. As an added twist, this post includes capturing an image from one of the app's UIViews.
This techique illustrates a mid-level technique: impelmenting custom Core Graphics drawing in a UIView.
In this article I'll cover a simple and straightforward approach to fetching images from remote web servers and efficiently caching them so they aren't retrieved more frequently than necessary.
A recipe for setting constraints on Storyboard views to serve up a proper scrolling view for iOS applications.
This tutorial will teach you how to create the familiar chat bubble with tail UI element used in the built-in Apple Message application.
In this tutorial, we’ll create a UICollectionView that works like a static UITableView.