I got a Model 3 half a year ago and when I first down the order. I was excited about the car. I was browsing the internet a ton to find out more about the car. I had already learned a lot about the car when I usually browse around on YouTube. Tesla has always been on my radar but a $80,000+ was out of my budget till the Model 3 came out. I didn’t even plan on getting it. But I just passed by a store, sat in one, and really liked it.
Anyways immediately when looking at the…
Recently, I have been trying to figure out how to use a scrollview to display/hint that the view is scrollable by allowing the previous and next views to be vaguely displayed next to the main subviews. After hours and about a day of searching, I was pretty much stuck. There were many great tutorials online. Many solutions were to use a CollectionView or to mess around with
scrollViewDidEndDragging or using
I did not like any of the methods. I wanted to only use a scrollview and nothing else as it was really just a display of cards.
Recently I was working on a 3D project and it required to allow users to move the 3D object but not allow them to zoom.
Looking around StackOverFlow I didn’t find the answer. One answer was to use `.allowsCameraControl` and set it to false. Note, this works but everything is disabled.
Instead what you really want to do is create a pinch gesture recognizer, add it to your SCNSceneView(), and set it to do nothing. Boom zoom is disabled.
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Last Updated: August 2019
Note: This article is a work in progress. This article is meant to be a all in one place to find everything you need to get started and work with IAP. But it will most likely not get into detail in terms of code till it is tested and confirmed. If there’s code, that means I have tested it and it works. …
To get image caching in Swift isn’t too hard. But why do it yourself with NSCache when you can just do it with a framework? A simple Google search for caching on Swift brings you to Kingfisher and Nuke. Which are both frameworks for caching. But I like to use native whenever I can. It helps me understand at a deeper level what is going on, especially when you look into these frameworks. I noticed that what they use is also NSCache. So let’s get started.
I am going to assume in this project that you have some iOS and…
… changed my perspective of tech creation completely.
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I attended Make School Summer Academy last summer in the Apps Track. I attended Make School because I feel a lack of knowledge in development. Something inside me felt that college education is not giving my what I need to learn and fill that passion, exciting and thirst of knowledge and building. I came across Make School when I was looking online for building iOS apps. I had only knowledge in HTML, CSS, and Java. I had learned Python on my own with Codecademy…
This article will teach you how to create your very own iOS Tap Counter App. It is a really simple app that pretty much counts the times you press the tap button and when you reset, it starts counting from zero again. Here is a simple preview of what you will create.
Something to know before you read: I was asked to create a REST API for a coding challenge with a company.
Note: The diagrams, drawings, and writings shown in this article ARE NOT PRETTY
When I first got this challenge, I was immediately excited that I could move on to the second phase of my interview with the company. But once I started reading the prompt… I started getting those big Uh Oh moments. I haven’t exactly ever built an API, I have wanted to build an API, but I never got to it. About an hour or two later…
I have just experienced my first Hackathon this weekend and it is crazy the amount of productivity and enthusiasm, there is in a hackathon. I am crazy surprised at the amount of work I got done in this hackathon. It show me that I have more potential and speed in me to get something done. I went from having this one idea, to moving in to completely different one, then name the project the worst pay possible causing my project to just burst to flames and having to create a new one. But it was one hell of a ride…
I feel that sometimes the line between passion and money can be so hard to define, yet so easy to define. This is true for me as a student. With loans, I sometimes cannot stop thinking about ways to earn money. But then I come to think if I am doing this for the money or because I like it. Since at the end what matters is that you enjoy what you are doing.
As a student with student loans and currently working on personal projects and research projects for professors, I find that often times I think too much…