With image processing, you can apply fancy effects to photos such as modifying colors, blending other images on top, and much more.
Lukas von Mateffy, shares this tutorial with you guys on how to use Parse in Swift.
If you need to detect gestures in your app, such as taps, pinches, pans, or rotations, it’s extremely easy with Swift and the built-in UIGestureRecognizer classes.
One of the frustrating things I’ve encountered with Swift is how to work with parameter names in functions.
One of the major futuristic visual flairs of IOS 7 apps is the use of depth. Depth can be achieved in a number of ways.
When you’re a designer, ready made resources are fantastic to have at hand and available to be used when needed.
This class is a calendar widget for displaying and selecting dates.
Android developer at Twitter shares his scientific method applied to software development.
I’ve been playing with RecyclerView these days, and will give you a little presentation of what I discovered so far.
It’s easy to catch issues in your design when you are testing an interactive prototype. Problem is, that usually doesn’t happen until development starts. At that point, it’s too late to fix things.
We saw a beautiful video and learned a little bit about the intent and thought behind Google's new cross-platform look (which we actually saw a bit earlier than anticipated), but there's so much more to be said.