Author: Jay Clark

Six Tricky Layouts in Swift

…and how Stackable can help Some common iOS interface design patterns are way easier to talk about than they are to develop. Adaptable, maintainable code should be as easy to write and tinker with as it is to express in a conversation with your designer. I want to cover six tricky layouts that I encounter […]

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Enhancing ARKit Image Detection with CoreML

ARKit is quite good at tracking images, but it struggles to disambiguate similar compositions. Core ML can help fill in the gaps. ARKit Image Tracking ARKit is a powerful tool that allows developers to create Augmented Reality apps. It comes loaded with image detection and tracking functionality, which allows apps to “anchor” virtual content contextually on to […]

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Tools We Love – iOS and Android

Learn more about Android Developer tools. From Android tools to iOS developer tools, discover our favorite Android and iOS tools that help us spend more time writing code, and less time in the spaces in between.

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Tools We Love – iOS and Android

This time of year is often associated with greeting cards and chocolate, but the team at Raizlabs is showing the love by opting out of flowers and into sharing our favorite tools. We love developing impactful products that change lives. Our favorite tools help us spend more time writing code, and less time in the […]

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Tutorial: Build an AI Assistant with API.ai and Amazon Lambda

Learn more about the Firebase Database service. From seeing exactly what Firebase is to what Firebase is used for, click here to observe how this real-time database is unrivaled when it comes to how quickly you can move as a developer.

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SIGTRAP: Decoding A Cryptic Objective-C + Swift Crash

In 2015, Raizlabs switched over to Swift for all iOS development. The move has been rewarding; Swift’s commitment to type safety and optional handling decreased our overall defect and crash rates (and increased developer happiness.) While this increased safety is awesome for Swift-only apps, it can introduce some hiccups in legacy Objective-C + Swift hybrid […]

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Cleaner Credit Card Detection in Swift

Learn more about how to detect credit card type using Swift. From credit card prefixes to finding the credit card type by number, discover how auto-type detection is a nice UX touch for making a form feel responsive and quickly informing the user of validation issues.

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