Continuous Delivery is the answer iOS developers have been seeking to help automate their recurring chores of continuous release management, that is, getting their apps from Xcode to the hands of their testers and users.Read More
As mobile developers, we constantly strive for efficiency, optimizing our code-base through refactoring, proper code decoupling, intelligent code reusability and other object-oriented best practices, which is even more pivotal when working in teams, and working with tools like git for collaborative code-sharing, and tracking tasks, using agile methodologies.
This is what has led to the concept of Continuous Development, which encompasses the iterative methodologies of Continuous Integration (CI), and Continuous Deployment (CD).Read More
The goal of machine learning is for a computer to do tasks without being explicitly programmed to do so—the ability to think or interpret autonomously. A high-profile contemporary use-case is autonomous driving: giving cars the ability to visually interpret their environment and drive unaided.
Machine Learning is today leveraged by large companies to make better business decisions based on historical data, by using deep learning algorithms to identify patterns and correlations, which allow them to make better predictions of the future. For instance, you can resolve problems such as “How likely it is for a specific customer to purchase a specific product or service?” with greater confidence based on prior behavior.Read More
This tutorial on @firebase continues from our previous tutorial on Getting Started With Firebase Authentication for iOS, where we looked at how to manage, store and work with users in Firebase.
Beyond enabling iOS developers to easily store data on the cloud, as well as authenticating users through their robust SDKs, Firebase also provides a convenient storage solution for media. Firebase Storage allows developers to store and retrieve audio, image, and video files on the cloud. That is, Firebase Storage exposes a set of SDKs to give developers the ability to manage their user-generated content assets alongside its sibling product, the Firebase Realtime Database, which stores user text content.Read More
Machine learning has undoubtedly been one of the hottest topics over the past year, with companies of all kinds trying to make their products more intelligent to improve user experiences and differentiate their offerings.
Now Apple has entered the race to provide developer-facing machine learning. Core ML makes it easy for developers to add deep machine learning to their apps.Read More
Mobile products need a continuous delivery (CD) pipeline so your development team can focus on building features, and less time figuring out how to release faster. Fastlane is a command line tool used for automation on iOS and Android.Read More
iOS 11 has elevated iOS, in particular for the iPad, into a true multi-tasking platform, thanks to Drag and Drop. This promises to blur the boundaries between apps, allowing content to be shared easily. Taking advantage of multi-touching, iOS 11 enables content to be moved in a natural and intuitive manner, bringing Apple’s mobile devices closer to parity with the richness enjoyed by its desktop and laptop users.Read More
In my latest installment for @tutsplus, I cover the changes that will be required in order to update your app for iOS 11, from architectural to visual changes as well as App Store publishing changes. Moreover, this tutorial will organize the sections starting from the required changes needed and the scope and effort required, to the nice but not necessary features that will enhance your app as a result of iOS 11.Read More
This year’s WWDC announcements focused on the exciting new SDKs, such as ARKit, and the changes to iOS 11. However, Apple has also made significant improvements to Xcode with Xcode 9. Not to be outshone by the other announcements, the new version of Xcode is a leap forward for coders. Developers are sure to be happy!Read More