Ashley Nelson explains how to review a code efficiently and without much hassle and its implementation for the app to be developed.
The Key-Value Observing mechanism (KVO) couldn’t possibly be much simplified then this one by Javier. He explains how to keep track of any changes that are made in the object’s property value.
Hamza aptly explains how to prototype an app for Apple watch without using any code at all!
The solution to the problem of snippet crash at run-time is perfectly answered by this post: creating a non-generic subclass and writing a wrapper function to help with type-safety.
Want to be able to share data between your app and its extensions? This article gives one of the simplest ways in which this can be done by using NSUserDefaults. - works
James proposes an architecture to solve the common problem of placing too much functionality in the AppDelegate.
Dates are always hard to deal with and I always jump onto things that make it easier to handle dates. This post is one of those types, it helps manipulate NSDate in iOS 8. Jump in! :)
With all the excitement around Apple Watch preorder here is a post on how to design with keeping the unique things about Apple Watch in mind.
Kate gives an insight of the usefulness of Bluetooth in developing apps and the different areas where this technology is providing a way even for very small ideas to become a reality.
Android puts heavy memory constraints on apps so Sebastiano offers a way to go multiprocess on Android! so we do not need to kill all processes in case the system is running low on memory.
Knowing why to use custom views is not enough, Ryan shows us how this approach is implemented for other non-view related portions of the app.
Feedly teams post on their foray into material design.