Happy 4th of July if you’re celebrating!
I also didn’t want to go this week without mentioning the 10 year anniversary of the iPhone.
Since it was first introduced by Steve Jobs on June 29 2007, the iPhone has had a fundamental impact on modern society becoming an increasingly essential part of our modern lifestyles. Since it’s introduction the iPhone has created new industries, billion dollar companies, brand new career opportunities and for those with disabilities, has opened up a world that was often inaccessible.
It’s been a wonderful and amazing to see the changes these devices have introduced to the world over the last 10 years and I can’t wait to see what innovations the next 10 years of this journey will bring.Have a really great week and and enjoy the links!
Newsasciiwwdc.com before, you’ll know how useful having video transcripts for the WWDC videos is. Apple have obviously been taking this on board and have this week announced the availability of transcripts for their WWDC 2017 videos. Great move in my view. 👏 apple.com
Business@digitalleaves has put together a simple a step-by-step process that can help along with bunch of tips to keep in mind. digitalleaves.com
Design@zecarlostorre has put together 6 useful guidelines to keep in mind when including animations of your own. prototypr.io
@kovlex attempts to address this imbalance providing some great tips on how to improve your apps overall authentication experience. mobiscroll.com
Swift@mbrandonw explaining how to build HTML views as simple Swift functions. Definitely worth a read. fewbutripe.com
@ericasadun talks errors, optionals and completion handlers explaining how to correctly cast optional
Errorvalues in completion handlers into their
Code@ImSkyeFreeman with a short but no less sweet overview of the new KVO APIs introduced in Swift 4 and iOS 11. skyefreeman.io
@BalestraPatrick explains how to get started with these new APIs. tutsplus.com
impressive demos coming out over the last few weeks. If you’re looking to play with ARKit yourself, @jquave has a nice tutorial to get you started. jamesonquave.com
Tools@coryb provides a rundown of the new capabilities.martiancraft.com
@arekholko along with associated post for catching memory leaks in view controllers without having to open instruments.👌 github.com