SwiftUI #2 - Exploring View Modifiers
Description:In this tutorial, we will look at the effect of View Modifiers and how they are used to customize the display, behavior and interactivity of views.
SwiftUI #1 - Using Views
Description:In this tutorial we’ll explore Views, a fundamental building block of the SwiftUI framework which can help you create complex views with less code and iterate faster.
ReactiveSwift #5 - Implementing MVVM
Description:In this tutorial, we are going to refactor an existing app written imperatively and apply all that concepts and principles we have learned in the Introduction to ReactiveSwift series. We will create a `Signa...
ReactiveSwift #4 - Implementing UI Bindings
Description:Learning the core concepts of ReactiveSwift will eventually help you in implementing ReactiveSwift within your app. A reactive programming library like ReactiveSwift provides a uniform architecture for imple...
ReactiveSwift #3 - Operations
ReactiveSwift #2 - Signal vs. SignalProducer
ReactiveSwift #1 - Getting Started
Description:ReactiveSwift is a reactive programming library that is built around the concept of streams of values over time. In this screencast, we’ll learn about the basic concepts of reactive programming and how it wo...
Architecture Components #6 - Data Binding
Description:In this screencast, you will learn how to use the Android Jetpack data binding component to declaratively bind data to your UI layouts.
Clickable Cards with Sub Links
Description:In this video, you’ll learn how to implement a nested link card design without violating any web standards, using pseudo elements and positioning.
Embedding a Responsive Hero Video on a Homepage
Description:In this video, you'll add a responsive hero video to a rails blog project, but this code can be used for any kind of web project. We’ll also take a look at the embed code for YouTube and Vimeo, in order to g...
Prompting for Unsaved Changes in a Form
Description:In this video, you’ll learn how to stop your users from losing their inputed data by triggering an alert if your users attempt to navigate away from their unsaved form.
Storing Secure Data in the Keychain
Description:Storing secure data (like login data) in UserDefaults or the file system is not safe. The keychain is an encrypted database where secure data such as credentials, tokens, and notes should be stored. In this ...