Developing & More

Developing & More

Hello! We write articles about how to develop apps for iOS using Objective-C and Swift.


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Xcode, Alert, iOS, UIAlertView

Displaying Alerts with multiple Buttons

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Creating an alert with multiple buttons is very easy. In this tutorial I want to show you how to develop an alert which recognizes which button you have tapped. First of all create a new Xcode project and select the "Single View Application" template. After th…

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Frame, Position

How to set Specific Positions of Elements

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I recently needed to look for code that defines the position of elements (buttons, labels,...). After searching around in the web I thought that I´ve to publish an aritcle about that. Okay now let´s start :-) First you need to create an object which contains t…

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Swift, Widgets, Notification Center, iOS 8

Developing Widgets for iOS 8 with Swift

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Introduction In this really short article I´ll show you how develop widgets for the "Notification Center" on iOS 8. For this tutorial you need "Xcode 6" (beta). Setting up the project First of all start Xcode and click on create a new project and then select …

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Getting Started, Swift, iOS 8, UITextField, UISegment, UILabel, UIColor

Getting started with 'Swift'

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Apple has surprisingly added a new programming language for iOS and OSX called "Swift" additionally to Objective-C. First start with the simple things. Instead of int or double data-types you now write var for such variables. You now use let for constant typ…

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Xcode, WWDC, 14, Objective-C, Swift

'Swift' the new programming language for iOS and OSX

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Apple has introduced a completely new programming language called "Swift" at the WWDC 2014. With this amazing surprise Apple will help developers to save a lot of lines of code. The syntax has changed dramatically but is quite similar to Phyton or Lua. When yo…