Great article! You might add right before the chart how Apple resigns apps prior to distribution so that a distribution provisioning profile will be accepted with no specified identifiers.
Thanks for the great read!
Was this code written by you? There are no attributions, but this same string was written over a year before you wrote this: http://swiftgazelle.com/2016/03/asynchronous-nsoperation-why-and-how/
Thanks for your comment! (1) Core NFC is available for the iPhone 7 (or Plus) and newer. When attempting on an unsupported device, you will get the
readerErrorUnsupportedFeature as an
NFCReaderError. (2) It’s not currently possible, as Apple has limited Core NFC to reading tags specifically. Best of luck!
Not quite sure what is going on here, because there could be a number of causes! I’d suggest cloning the repo provided in the article first, and see how the two are linked together. You might try dragging the project for the framework into the new project’s root folder, and then try to link the binaries!
Hey Marc, I do agree that Swift is (at this moment) an unstable language. But I think you will agree that we got most of the growing pains out during the switch from Swift 2 to Swift 3 back in 2016!
I chose to use Swift instead of Objective-C because this post was geared towards newer developers, and most iOS Devs who have…
Thanks for your thoughts! While I agree that both methods work and have their individual benefits, I chose to use a XIB (not necessarily a Storyboard) because it requires a few extra steps and will help my readers to see the flexibility of frameworks.