Swift Tutorial: How to Make a Floating Button Programmatically

Swift Tutorial: How to Make a Floating Button Programmatically

Have you seen the compose button in the Gmail or Twitter app on your iPhone and wondered how you can make a button that just floats in your view? Well, in this tutorial I will be showing you how you can create that button programmatically in few simple lines of code. 1- Create the UIButton programmatically in your view controller, give it a title, and…
How to Get Started with AdMob for iOS; Tips and Best Practices

How to Get Started with AdMob for iOS; Tips and Best Practices

Before We Get Started AdMob is an advertisement platform made by Google as an extension of AdSense to allow app developers to make earnings with easy to implement in-app ads. In this post, I will go over how to add ads to your iOS app, type of ads you can implement, and some best practices that I've came across while adding ads to my apps.…
Thought: Is Apple One Worth It?

Thought: Is Apple One Worth It?

On September 15th, 2020, Apple introduce the new Apple Watch Series 6 as well as couple new iPads including the all newly-design iPad Air. In addition to that, they introduce their new bundle of software called Apple One, which is a subscription that will bundle iCloud, Apple Music, TV+, News+, Arcade, as well as the newly announced Fitness+. This bundle will be coming out this…
A Detailed Guide Into How to Setup Apple Family Sharing

A Detailed Guide Into How to Setup Apple Family Sharing

Family share gives you the ability to share your subscriptions, purchases, iCloud storage, and many more things with your family members without having them to purchase their own. This is a great feature if you want to save up some money on subscriptions, or apps that you have already purchased but your family members want to use them as well. Getting Started To get started,…
Xcode 12: Top 5 Features

Xcode 12: Top 5 Features

There are so many additions to the new Xcode 12, New Swift and Swift UI, many bug fixes and improvements, as well as a new look and feel. In addition to the new icon, see above, I will outline in this list my top 5 features that I really liked in the new Xcode 12. New Documents Tab Now you can easily open any file…