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Hi all, I've been working on a new Xcode Editor Extension and I'd love to get your feedback on it. My goal was to create something that would provide developers with a wide range of conveniences but to go one step further and address issues that code snippets couldn't solve
Did you know you can export .gifs directly from the iOS Simulator? No third-party tools are needed!
Today, we'll discuss this setting in more detail and we'll see how we can improve our app's rendering performance by addressing issues related to misaligned images. I've been making iPhone apps for years, but I've never really investigated this feature. Now that I know what it does, I wonder how
In iOS Development, you'll often use Command + S to take screenshots of your app running in the iOS Simulator. Although this is very convenient for sharing screenshots of your application with your team, or for pull requests, etc., since the system saves these screenshots to your Desktop, it quickly leads
If you've seen the WWDC What's new in Swift? [https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2022/110354/] video, you've likely seen the updates to the if let and guard let syntax. Prior to Swift 5.7, it was common to unwrap an Optional variable and assign to a variable with
We'll cover everything you need to know about regular expressions and some tips to help you get the most out of them in Xcode.
It’s always bugged me that Apple removed the Command + T shortcut to toggle Slow Animations. Using the following approach, you can restore this shortcut and add custom shortcuts to any Xcode or iOS Simulator settings. In System Preferences, select Keyboard -> App Shortcuts -> + Then, just specify your preferred
Let's see how we can simulate a changing user's location with Xcode and the iOS Simulator.
We'll see how we can use SwiftGen to add type-safety to our project's resources and enable us to write cleaner code.