There isn’t a dedicated section for iOS integration in the Google Developer docs for Google Drive.
It took me a non-trivial amount of time figure out how to upload a file to an existing or new folder, and this post summarizes how to perform this basic action.
Cocoapods is the recommended delivery method for the SDK. …
If you want to add an event to a user’s Calendar or save a file to Drive, Google’s services require user authentication before most actions can be taken.
This guide is a quick overview of how to incorporate Google Sign In into a native iOS app.
Integrating a specific service, namely Google Drive, is covered in this post.
Disclaimer: for the sake of simplicity, the view controller in this example conforms to all required protocols, which may not be the best approach for your use case.
Many custom transition tutorials go in depth and cover presentation controllers, the modal and navigation controller cases and require downloading a sample project (ANGTFT).
This is a simple, bare-bones intro to custom transitions that jumps straight to the code with a minimal amount of prose.
Disclaimer: For the sake of brevity, the main view controller conforms to all necessary transitioning protocols. Also, forced casts and extensions are liberally used, though they may not be appropriate in practice.
We’ll be creating a simple sliding drawer animation that transitions between two view controllers (see image above).
MyViewController is the app’s root view…
A few months ago, a developer sent the following error stack trace to Square from their iOS app:
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This led to a patch of Valet, Square’s popular open source library for managing iOS and macOS keychains. Along the way, we also uncovered a subtle but interesting inconsistency in keychain behavior on iOS and macOS.
This post will cover the following: