• Integrating 'Sign in with Apple' in iOS apps

    The WWDC 2019 gave us many features to look forward. One of the most exciting features and my favorite is the ‘Sign In with Apple’ feature in iOS 13. The users can sign in securely, and their privacy is guaranteed. Apple is holding up their biggest promise of privacy with this feature. It is available for web and other platforms as well. We will be exploring and learning the integration of ‘Sign In with Apple’ on different platforms in the upcoming articles. Now, let us get started with how we can integrate it into our iOS app.

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  • Swift bit #3 — Unwrap optional values using for in loop

    One of the most widely used features in Swift are the optionals. Optionals are types that can hold either a value or a nil value i.e nil.

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  • Swift bit #2 - Using Booleans the right way, in Swift

    Boolean is one of the most frequently used and simplest data type in any programming language.It is common to want to toggle the state of the boolean variable. So, we normally do it like this,

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  • Swift bit #1 — Using “where” clause in “for in” loops

    We all would have written a piece of code similar to this, The usual way,

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  • Humble beginnings

    Blogging has always been my favorite exercise. I started creating websites using Wordpress, PHP, and PHPBB nearly ten years back. After a point, I took the path of iOS development. I became an iOS developer. Learning things in iOS was challenging as well as it was fun at the same time. As I discovered new things, I thought, why shouldn’t I share my knowledge with other fellow developers? And this is the reason why I have started the blog. So much has evolved since then. With the introduction of new technologies and frameworks, there are so many ways to set up a website. The challenge is to select the right technology for the intended purpose. After doing in-depth research, I made up my mind to set up a blog using Jekyll. Yes, Jekyll powers ohmyswift.com. Thanks to the developer community, which helped me in choosing the right framework to set up my blog.

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