Using Git with Terminal – 10 Basic Commands You Should Know

Using Git with Terminal – 10 Basic Commands You Should Know

If you are a software engineer, you're most likely have interacted and used a version control system such as Git or SVN. I have used both, but for the past 5 years or so I have been mostly using Git for work and personal projects. I think it provides a simpler and easier way to version controlling and there are a lot of resources online…
Turn Your Old Smartphone Into a Music Player

Turn Your Old Smartphone Into a Music Player

If you happen to have an older smartphone, Android or iPhone, there is a good chance that its just collecting dust somewhere! Instead of that, why not actually use it as a music player! Here is how: Make sure the software on your phone is up to date with the latest compatible software available for that device: This step is important if you want to…
Steve Jobs Introducing the iPad

What To Do With An Old iPad And How To Make It Run Faster?

If you have an older iPad that is just sitting in your drawer collecting dust, you can probably still use it for a thing or two. I found my old iPad Mini (original iPad Mini) that stopped receiving iOS update as of iOS 9.3.5, and I wasn't sure what to do with it. I looked at the trade-in value and it was about $20, which…
Video: iOS 13 Top Features

Video: iOS 13 Top Features

Quick overview video of the top features in iOS 13 beta. I'm running beta 7 on an iPhone XS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCdx67Adv6s&t=4s
KKRateMyApp for Swift

KKRateMyApp for Swift

KKRateMyApp is a simple Swift rate app library that prompts your app users to rate the app after using it for a X times. Click here to visit KKRateMyApp on GitHub.  Requirements Xcode 8 or higher iOS 10.3 or higher Installation All you need is import KKRateMyApp.swift to your project folder. Usage Example In your AppDelegate, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions add the following: //Replace with the number of…