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…
iOS Development – Create a Stickers App for iMessage

iOS Development – Create a Stickers App for iMessage

This tutorial shows you how to create a simple Stickers app for iMessage. The cool thing here is that there is no coding required. Follow these steps and you will have your awesome stickers app ready to be submitted for the AppStore. Start A new XCode Project, and select Stickers Pack App Give your project a name, and set your bundle ID and the other configurations…
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…
Apple Developer Enterprise Program Setup

Apple Developer Enterprise Program Setup

The Apple Developer Enterprise program, or called also as in-house distribution, allows companies to publish their apps to their users without going to the AppStore and go through Apple’s approval process. This will ensure that the apps will not be used by the public or anyone outside that company.

There are some steps that you need to follow in order to achieve that. I will walk you through my experience of publishing such apps for your clients. More details can be found here.

Ask the client to create an Apple Enterprise Developer account, and provide you with the username and password or add you as to the account if they don’t feel comfortable sharing such info. In my experience, most clients will send me their account info and I will do whatever is needed to setup their account. This is usually because the clients/account managers are not technical enough to deal with creating accounts or add users under “Users and Roles” in iTunesConnect and under “People” in Apple Developer portal. To create an enterprise account, you can visit Apple’s website here. Not that the Enterprise program will cost $299/Year.