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…
iOS 14: What is an App Clip?

iOS 14: What is an App Clip?

An App Clip, as the name indicates, is a small app that can be launched on your phone without having to have the actual full app downloaded and installed. As mentioned, these mini-apps are very small in size and not installed on your devices, therefore they are launched within seconds of launching them. App Clips can be discovered and launched in many different ways, including…
create an app id in appstore connect

How To Create an App Identifier in AppStore Connect – Updated for iOS 14

If you are creating a new iOS app, you will need to create a new App Identifier. Follow the following Step-By-Step post to know how. Step 1 Login to Developer.Apple.com and head to the Certificates, IDs & Profiles. Step 2 Select Identifiers from the side menu Step 3 Click the + button next to Identifiers Step 4 Select App IDs then hit Continue. Step 5…
5 New Features in Xcode 9

5 New Features in Xcode 9

With the release of iOS11, Apple released the Xcode 9 to the public. Here are some of the new features that they've added. 1- New Simulator Apple added a new simulator to Xcode 9, including a home button for iPhone 8 and below, and well as the ability to touch and use the physical buttons on the device such as volume up/down and power button.…
iOS: What does the NS prefix mean?

iOS: What does the NS prefix mean?

NS stands for NextStep, Which is the company created by Steve Jobs after he was fired from Apple in 1985. After Jobs came back to Apple, he brought the technology he created at NextStep with him which became later a naming convention for all the classes in Objective-C. For example, NSString, NSURL, and NSArray.