This year was a record for me in the amount of programming tutorials I read and published and I feel so grateful that I have this opportunity to learn and share. I feel like I want to give back to the world more and since it is a Christmas and a New Year time and…Read More Winter Holiday Give Away – A Video Course of Your Choice
It feels good to have a wear a developer T-Shirt. As I was ordering a couple of new T-Shirts for myself, I thought why not put together a page with some cool developer T-Shirts? So, here we go 🙂 a new page on my blog is called Developer T-Shirts! If you know a T-shirt with…Read More Developer T-Shirt
Hi there! Over the past few months I have been heavily involved into writing Java code rather than Swift and have collected many Java and Android code examples I am wiling to share with you. So, I was thinking whether I should do it under this SwiftDeveloperBlog.com or start a new one which I can…Read More Meet AppsDeveloperBlog.com
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…Read More Install MongoDB on Amazon EC2 and Point Parse Server to Work With Local MongoDb
I am putting together a new section on my blog which is called Swift Code Examples. This section will contain many pages of short code snippets in Swift for those who prefer to learn by code examples. I am one of those by the way :). The new section has already been added to the main menu of…Read More Swift Code Examples
Hi guys! A quick question. Will you be interested to learn how to start up your ownmini server in the cloud and host Parse Server on it? If yes, please comment below. I am thinking if there is enough interest from you, I might invest time to record a video course on how to do…Read More Create Your Own Parse Cloud Server?
Time flies! It’s been one year since I have started this blog and it still feels like it was just yesterday! I did not notice how the year went by because I have been extremely busy working on producing as much value as possible for you my friends. I have recorded almost 300 videos, two…Read More One Year Anniversary and My Top 100 iOS Dev Blogs Award!
Hi there! It’s been an amazing year! Thank you very much for reading my blog and sending me your messages and questions. I feel happy and engaged and busy and this year additionally to video tutorials, I will be writing short blog posts with code examples and even more than that :). Some of the…Read More Please check out my mini book and please share with me your feedback.
To learn how to pass data back to the previous view controller read this blog post. To illustrate how to pass information forward from one view controller to another view controller in Swift, I will create a project with two views on the Main.storyboard. Let’s follow these steps: Create a new Xcode project if do…Read More Pass Information Forward From One ViewController to Another in Swift
In this short blog post I am going to share with you how to create and send HTTP GET Request with one request parameter. I will also show you how to add Basic Authorization header or how to add custom Token Auth header value to your HTTP request. For this particular example I have created…Read More HTTP GET Request Example in Swift
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to play a music MP3 file stored on a remote server or in the cloud like Amazon Web Services. In fact the MP3 file I am going to use in this tutorial is stored in Amazon Cloud in a S3 bucket. This tutorial will contain both…Read More Play music MP3 file example in Swift
Today I have downloaded and installed Xcode 7 beta 5. There are many tweaks I needed to do to my Swift code to make it run with the new iOS 9 but there was one which took most of the time to figure out. If your simulator stopped sending HTTP requests over HTTPs and started…Read More NSURLSession/NSURLConnection HTTP load failed
With this blog post I wand to say Thank you to all of you who responded to my message and enrolled into my new course on Udemy “Swift Programming: Sign up, Sign in, Password reset and more“. I really hope it will be helpful to you to build your very first mobile application with Swift and Parse.…Read More 129 students enrolled in two days
Hi guys! I am super excited to get my first course on Udemy approved and become live for every one to enrol in. It is called “Swift Developer Goodies: User sign up, login, password reset” with Parse Cloud Service but there is much more in it than that. I hope it is good but I…Read More My first course on Udemy. Please give me feedback.
I am printing a notebook with a customized design for myself. Please comment or send me a message if you would like to have one. It is going to be a Moleskine notebook with elastic string just like Evernote has here. Below is a cover image I am planing to use. Would you like to…Read More “I Am a Developer” notebook. I am printing one. Would you also like?
In this video I demonstrate how to programmatically add several images as subviews to UIScrollView in Swift. In my example I use UIImageView but it can be a custom user interface design ex. XIB file. To learn how to create your own reusable custom user interface files watch this video: Creating custom user interface files…Read More UIScrollView Programmatically Add UIImageView as SubView. Example in Swift.
App Icon size differs depending on where it is being used. As an App developer we need to prepare app icon of all the needed sizes or else our App will not ever be approved to the app store. The best place to refer for a proper App Icon size is of course iOS Human Interface…Read More App Icon Size Reference Table
Hi! My name is Sergey Kargopolov and like many of you I am just learning Swift programming language and because one of the best ways to learn is to practice right away and then to try actually teach somebody, I started this blog. In this blog I am going to write on different iOS App Development topics and if…Read More Welcome to Swift Developer Blog