Posts with the tag iOS:

Should I use Swift or Objective-C to learn iOS development ?

The Swift programming language is the standard features rich language to create iOS apps, iPadOS apps and MacOS X apps. The present and the future is just Swift on Apple ecosystem. Apple is perfecting Swift every year with updates and new features and capabilities. We are now in the era of SwiftUI, you should go for Swift already. Swift itself is a robust programming language. So go for it! it is standard for hiring, learning, creating apps for Apple operating systems.

What are great ways to promote an iOS app?

I think deeply about marketing and how to reach your target audience online and offline. In this post, I’ll cover all areas of marketing and advertising your mobile application specially the iOS apps. fix a problem, give great value Your iOS application must solve a problem or fulfill a need which some users of iPhone or iPad have. describe it for the public You should consider writing a comprehensive description which normal people can understand. For example, do not say OCR but say extract text from images which non-technical people can understand. Write description that list all features of the iOS application, and its benefits in day-to-day life.

How to animate the change of background color of a view on iOS ?

Step by step guide to create background color changing with beautiful animation open Main.storyboard add a button as shown below add one @IBAction for touchUpInside of ‘Change Background’ button. Name the function as changeBackgroundClicked. use animate function of UIView to animate the change of background color. It provides us the duration and optional completion as parameters. In changeBackgroundClicked we will change the background color of the view from red to blue and vice versa. Here is the code. @IBAction func changeBackgroundClicked(_ sender: Any) { if self.view.backgroundColor == UIColor.red { UIView.animate(withDuration: 2) { self.view.backgroundColor = UIColor.