How to Choose an External Library For Your Next Project

How to Choose an External Library For Your Next Project

There are many criteria when it come to choosing the best external 3rd party library to include it in your project. Whether it is a personal or a professional project, Swift or Java, the following should apply every time. Note: For the sake of this tutorial, I'm choosing Alamofire, which is an HTTP networking library written in Swift. Alamofire is considered to be one of the top…
5 Things you need to know about Face ID

5 Things you need to know about Face ID

FaceID is the new technology Apple Introduced in their last iPhoneX event on Sept 12th. This new technology will replace the well-known TouchID which is currently being used by millions of iPhone owners. Here are 5 things that you need to know about FaceID. #1 - Apple introduced FaceID as a more natural way to unlock your phone or using ApplePay. You only need to…
Apple Event Summary – Sept 2017

Apple Event Summary – Sept 2017

Apple announced few products at their event today, Sept, 12th 2017 at the Steve Jobs Theater. Here is a quick summary of what they have launched.   iPhone X, 10th Anniversary Edition iPhone Price 64GB and 256GB, starting at $999 All new design, All screen, borderless 5.8-inch OLED Super Retina screen Wireless charging Face ID, new secure way to unlock, authenticate, and use ApplePay. (No…
Today’s Tip: Developers, How to get rid of curly quotes forever?

Today’s Tip: Developers, How to get rid of curly quotes forever?

How many times you had a complier error and you didn't know why until you figured out you typed a curly quote instead of straight? I'm pretty sure we had all this problem at some point, especially when dealing with JSON files. Well, I recently found this keyboard setting that will always type straight quotes instead of curly ones (opening/closing quotes). What you need to…
What’s New in iOS 11 – For Developers

What’s New in iOS 11 – For Developers

Here is a summarized list of what developers should expect from iOS 11, which is coming soon later this month (Sept 2017). Support for drag and drop onscreen, either within the same app or in a different app. Support for augmented and virtual reality. Browsing local and iCloud documents. High performance image analysis. CoreML, which provides support for machine learning models. Updated SiriKit: Support for…