Let’s make an example to understand better the scope of this tutorial.
You want to:
- increment all numbers in array by 1
- double all numbers in array
- check if the numbers in array are even or odd
- multiply all numbers in array
- more and more…
How many functions should you create to do this?
Continue reading Swift – Use generics [T] with closures
Imagine that you need to add a file in your XCode project the first time that you build the app.
For instance, you have a configuration file, in Swift, that you want to compile and embed in your app (instead of using a PLIST file that is in CLEAR…) during the build phase and of course use in your project.
Continue reading XCode – Add a file in project at build time
Here a simple and easy memo for getting the iPhones devices models range.
Continue reading [Swift] Get devices model range
here a conversion on an old tutorial in Swift about the Levenshtein distance of two strings.
Continue reading Swift – Calculate Levenshtein distance
what I want to share is an ordered and readable Podfile.
The Podfile is a specification that describes the dependencies of the targets of one or more Xcode projects.
Continue reading XCode ‐ Podfile with categories and multiple targets