Now that Apple Silicon and Catalyst are out, library developers are going to want to start using XCFrameworks over Universal Frameworks in the immediate future. To explain why, let’s look at how building an iOS library has changed over the last few years.
…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 […]
This series of blog posts will provide examples of how we develop Swift applications without IB and demonstrate some general strategies for app architecture. For this first post, I’m going to cover presenting and dismissing a modal view controller over a home view controller. Even though the example is relatively simple, I am going to […]
Learn more about swift localized strings. From xcode localization to nslocalizedstring, discover our tips on localization and pluralization that will make it easier next time you create user-facing strings that contain numbers.
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 […]
RIGImageGallery is a component from the Raizlabs Interface Guidelines, which is a set of UI components that offer sensible defaults to help a project get off the ground quickly and feel native to the platform, and with easy-to-use customization options. RIGImageGallery is designed to display a gallery of images with the expected behaviors established by […]