Using WatchKit tables

The release of the Apple Watch has meant a whole host of possiblities for application developers. However writing apps for watches is very different to writing »

Swiftly access Marvel Characters

As a kid I used to devour Marvel Comics all the time. Recently with regular Marvel films coming out, there has been renewed interest in the »

Calabash-ing iOS applications

Automated acceptance testing is a standard and common practice when developing web applications. One of the most popular frameworks is Cucumber and it is easy to »

Flipping Cards with Swift and UIKit

One requirement I had recently was to display cards in an iPhone application and upon tapping on it, flip the card around. This article goes into »

Access Control in Swift

Since Swift was released at WWDC this year, Apple have clearly stated the language is still in beta. This was proven by the fact that the »