Swift World This Week (08.21–08.27)
Brett gives an overview of neural networks, as well as how to build and train models using Tensorflow, Keras, and how to port those models to iOS.
iOS11 demo application for cars classification using Vision and CoreML frameworks.
In this post, we will create a fun project using iOS ARKit. The user will place his fingers on a table as if they were holding a pen, tap on the thumbnail and start drawing.
ARKit and Leap Motion
It explores one possible approach to adding a first-class concurrency model to Swift, in an effort to catalyze positive discussion that leads us to a best-possible design.
If you’ve ever heard of the term Graph Theory, surely you’re acquaintance with the Dijkstra’s Algorithm. If you’re not, it’s all right! This article includes everything you need to know.
In this new (non-consecutive) series of posts — “Core Animation Gems” — we’ll take a closer look at some of those features and APIs, and how they can be used to solve problems related to animation and rendering in a nice way. This week, let’s kick it off with the first 💎 — CAReplicatorLayer.
In this article, we are gonna talk about: How to use Dependency Injection technique to design an object How to use Protocol in Swift to design a mock object How to test the data used by the object and how to test the behavior of the object
With the iOS 11 announcement, App Previews definitely take a new and more important place on the App Store.
we thought a thorough post on what iOS 11 might change and our insights was long due. Let’s get this started.
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