There are times where Objective-C is still necessary for Swift development. For instance, with one such app I’ve built in Swift, Speculid, I needed to bring Objective-C code in. With the introduction of C++ libraries in version 2.0, Objective-C became necessary. Luckily there are ways to make both Objective-C and Swift work together in a friendly fashion.
Asset catalogs are collections of specialized files (such as graphics files) as well as JSON files containing metadata. The metadata from the JSON files are used for organizing the specialized files and denoting their purpose within the set. In the case of graphic sets like Image Sets, they contain several pieces of information.
Asset Catalogs are the key component in
In today’s episode, the iPhreaks panel talk to Leo Dion about MicroConf and writing apps for Apple Watch. Leo has been a developer for almost two decades and six years ago he created his own company called BrightDigit. He mostly focuses his time and energy to the Apple space and enjoys developing apps for the iPhone, iPad, and the Apple Watch. They talk about what happens at MicroConf, what he is working on now, tips for starting a meetup, and more!
You can check out the episode here.
Specifically we’ll look at the power of
HKLiveWorkoutBuilder, which simplifies the way we track health data during workouts.