Monthly archives of “August 2016

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#23 Notifications in iOS 10

iOS 10 gave us new rich notifications with a lot more functionalities comparing to old ones. We can view photos and videos or respond to a message right from our notifications. In this post I would like to focus on them, show you some code snippets, examples and good practices. I hope it will be helpful for development in your…

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#22 Swift 3 Access Control (Xcode 8 Beta 6)

On August 15th 2016, Xcode 8 Beta 6 was released and brought some significant changes to Swift Access Control and other parts of language. Swift 2.2 Access Control We have been used to public, internal and private access levels: public gives access from any source file in given module or in different module that imported the defining module. In short…

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#21 iOS Security 101

Recently, I have been watching first season of Mr. Robot and I started paying even more attention to security and privacy. I’ve always used multiple passwords, privacy filter on my Mac when traveling and a strong passcode on my iPhone. But from time to time everyone does some silly mistakes. In Mr. Robot for example, a guy from AllSafe (i.e….