Apple’s iOS 14 rollout without prior notice has taken the whole developer community by surprise. Regardless, it’s that time of the year again when you’ll be shipping your app updates for the latest OS. To kick-off here are the big changes in iOS 14 that you should be aware of: Introduction of Widgets and App […]
The Swift 5.3 release process started at the end of March and has only recently entered the final stage of development. Extending the language support across platforms like Windows and Linux distributions has been one of the primary goals of this version. But Apple has also given a lot of focus on improving the overall […]
The ability to change your app’s icon programmatically has been around for quite a few years. Specifically, this feature was released in iOS 10.3, and it allows developers to switch between a predefined set of alternate icons. Dynamic icons are useful when your application is based on subscriptions. Tinder is one application that uses this […]
Gesture recognition is responsible for listening to a certain sequence of touch inputs and reacting accordingly. We can define actions from these interactions and even compose multiple gestures that work in sequence or simultaneously.
iOS 13 standardized home screen quick actions across all devices by getting rid of 3D touches in favor of haptic touch gestures.
Apple showed some good progress in the field of Natural Language Processing during WWDC 2019. They’ve brought enhancements in both Text Classification And Word Tagging, the two pillars of NLP.
Apple introduced plenty of new features in the Vision Framework during WWDC 2019. Besides providing built-in image classification models for identifying pet animals and bringing improvements in face feature tracking, one of the features that stood out was saliency.
During WWDC 2019, Apple introduced Sign in with Apple to allow developers to set up a fast and secure sign-in in their applications.