In this video tutorial I am going to share with you how to display user’s current location on a MapView programmatically as well as how to create MapView using Xcode Storyboard. We will also learn how to drop a Pin(MKPointAnnotation) at user’s current location and set MKPointAnnotation custom title. For your application to be able…

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Parse is going to shut down its services very soon and developers are encourage to migrate their apps from Parse.com to another cloud of their choice. If you have not migrated your app from Parse.com I strongly recommend you do it ASAP before it is too late and your data is gone.  To help you…

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Hi Guys! I am excited to share with you that I am working on a new video course on how to “Migrate Parse App to Your Own Server In The Cloud” and I have already uploaded the first set of videos to Udemy.com. Currently this video course covers following: Migrate your Parse app database from…

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Loading 1 or 3 images from server side into UITableView might not be a very challenging task. But when it comes to loading 50 or 100 images into a table view or collection view then things start becoming a little more complex. Especially when  user starts scrolling table view up and down very quickly.  When we…

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In this video tutorial I am going to share with you how to change UITableViewCell separator left side spacing or how to hide table cell separator completely using Xcode and how to do it programmatically using Swift. If you are looking for a way to work with table cell separator programmatically only, below is a quick example. Otherwise, please watch…

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Almost every single mobile app needs a “bankend server” which it can use to perform a more complex business logic or to store user data in a database. In these few videos I am going to share with you how to set up a very simple mobile app backend server which will consist of a small Linux server…

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In this blog post I am going to share with you how to add an international language support to your iOS App. In this blog post I will cover how to: Localize App’s Main.storyboard Localize App’s resources like images Localize user-facing that can be displayed to a user by your app. Localize App’s Main.storyboard In this video…

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