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Progress children management

Controlling Progress children by adding remove

Controlling Progress children by default makes it only easy to add children to a Progress instance, but removing is not ...
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UI Test the Share Extension

Share Extension UI Tests written in Swift

UI Tests are a great tool to validate your application. It is easy to create them for your main application, ...
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Firebase Crashlytics

Fixing crashes with Firebase Crashlytics

Using Firebase Crashlytics can help you to solve your crashes faster. In this example we're going to dive into a ...
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Capture App Preview video from the iOS Simulator

Capture iOS simulator video for App Preview

Creating an app preview video can be really easy using the simulator in just a few steps. Capturing an iOS ...
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A crashlog to symbolicate

Symbolicate crashlogs with Xcode 9 and Bitcode

You can symbolicate a crash log with Xcode 9 fairly easy. Even with bitcode, which give you multiple DSYM files ...
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Updating to Swift 4.1

Swift 4.1 is released on the 29th of March and will be shipped with Xcode 9.3. Although it's a minor ...
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Swift 3 conversion and refactoring your project

A few weeks ago Apple announced the deprecation of Swift 2.3 starting with the release of Xcode 8.2. Reason enough ...
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Buienradar Rich Notification

Rich notifications with images or GIFs with iOS 10

Rich notifications with iOS 10 brings us some nice new features to add to our apps. It's possible to create ...
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Spotify Apple TV 4th gen Application

Spotify Apple TV 4th gen Application

Many, many users are requesting an Spotify Apple TV 4th gen Application. I'm an active Apple TV user and I really ...
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How Buienradar got 800 reviews with 4+ stars

Last May the new Buienradar app went live (more here). With over 2 million users each month, it's one of ...
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Buienradar older apps

Rebuilding the new Buienradar iOS App

The new Buienradar App is now available for download in the App Store here. The last few months I've been ...
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Optional protocol methods in Swift

In Swift it's kind of unsupported to implemented optional protocol methods. You can, which is ugly, use the @objc syntax: ...
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