Welcome to my library of iOS development resources. I started this project to bookmark interesting articles and useful links and than I decided to share this work to help others to keep an ordered, quick to consult and searchable list of programming resources. Comments and new resources are welcome!
Mar, 23 2020
Turing complete with a stack of 0xdeadbeef
Mar, 22 2020
There are many reasons one could need to execute some arbitrary code while running a build from Xcode. The most popular examples include third-party tools integrations, collecting build statistics or…
Oct, 05 2018
While developing iOS apps, simulators are the best friends of developers. It’s the quick and easy way to test app while development as we can interact with iOS simulators using GUI. Apple’s…
Oct, 05 2018
The deployment of an iOS app to iTunes Connect involves various things and it’s time consuming and fragile activity. It’s very common practice for iOS developers use Xcode to build, test, archive…
May, 07 2018
Learn memory leak traps in Swift and ways to eliminate them. Explore how to break retain cycles, unit test leaks and make your work easier with SpecLeaks…
Apr, 17 2018
We conquer an instance of Xcode’s friendly “This app could not be installed at this time” message. We encountered this when building an app that includes a Today Extension.
Feb, 28 2018
For most iOS applications, we need to handle server communication. UIKit provides URLRequest which manages requests to server. In this post we’ll take a look at how we can extend it to simplify request debugging.
Feb, 26 2018
This post examines the likely sources of errors in an application, taking steps to prevent errors and implementing error handling in Swift, thinking about robustness, resilience as well as usability.
iOS Tech Set
Feb, 05 2018
Breakpoints play an important role in debugging, and Xcode offers powerful functions with them. Here are some tips with breakpoints to boost your efficiency while debugging. Now we know the sum is…