Posts tagged ios
What's New for Devs in iOS 12 and Xcode 10?

Amidst all the fanfare of another WWDC, Apple introduced us to iOS 12. This is one of the most focused releases for both consumers and developers, emphasizing performance optimization. As well as this focus on performance and optimization, iOS also brings some feature iterations on many of the libraries we know and love. This includes the evolution of emojis (with memojis), Siri shortcuts, augmented reality and machine learning. 

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Doron KatziOS12, ios
Getting Started With Continuous Delivery With fastlane for iOS

In my latest article for @TutsPlusCode, you will learn all about Continuous Delivery for iOS with @fastlanetools. The fastlane suite of tools makes distributing apps much easier, allowing developers to focus on their apps and let the tooling take on tasks like managing provisioning profiles and certificates and building, packaging and distributing apps.

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What's New in Xcode 9

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!

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Doron KatzXcode, ios, Swift
iOS 10 Series: Creating VoIP Apps with CallKit

One of the most distinguished features to come out of Apple’s last WWDC is the ability for third-party communications apps, like Skype, Viber, and WhatsApp, to tap into the system level and allow users to interact with incoming calls on the same level of intimacy as regular phone calls. This is possible thanks to the new iOS 10 API, CallKit, developers who are working on VOIP apps can now integrate seamlessly into the phone UI and provide a more native and intimate experience. But what does that mean?

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Doron Katzios, Swift