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Xcode 7 Swift 2 Tutorial – Contact Form – iOS 9 Geeky Lemon Development

Source Code: http://www.geekylemon.com/#!contact-form-swift/ssq9z Courses: – Complete Course: https://goo.gl/5YIBCg – Swift 2 Course: https://goo.gl/jExg1U Objective-C Course: https://goo.gl/Jdp4R2 Apps: – Objective-C & Xcode 7 iOS App: https://goo.gl/tHKn19 – Swift 2 & Xcode 7 iOS App: https://goo.gl/XezCfB – Xcode Tutorials IOS App: https://goo.gl/klcky4 – Seniac Gaming: https://goo.gl/h0KvBe Website: â-» http://www.geekylemon.com/ Twitter â-» @GeekyLemon â-» http://twitter.com/GeekyLemon Facebook â-»Geeky Lemon  Full Article…

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Xcode 7 Swift 2 Tutorial – ADMOB Banners – iOS 9 Geeky Lemon Development

Source Code: http://www.geekylemon.com/#!admob-banners-swift/hpfqh Courses: – Complete Course: https://goo.gl/5YIBCg – Swift 2 Course: https://goo.gl/jExg1U Objective-C Course: https://goo.gl/Jdp4R2 Apps: – Objective-C & Xcode 7 iOS App: https://goo.gl/tHKn19 – Swift 2 & Xcode 7 iOS App: https://goo.gl/XezCfB – Xcode Tutorials IOS App: https://goo.gl/klcky4 – Seniac Gaming: https://goo.gl/h0KvBe Website: â-» http://www.geekylemon.com/ Twitter â-» @GeekyLemon â-» http://twitter.com/GeekyLemon Facebook â-»Geeky Lemon  Full Article…

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iOS Swift Tutorial: Create a Weather App from Scratch

Learn how to populate a user interface with data from the web. In that process we are creating a simple UI featuring a TableViewController and using JSON data we get from the darksky API. ➡️ Tutorial on how to download data from a web API and process JSON data: https://youtu.be/_c0pAz3UPEs ➡️ Web: http://www.brianadvent.com ➡️ Icons  Full Article…

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iOS Swift: Build UICollectionView programmatically without Storyboards

In this tutorial video, we’ll go over step-by-step how to build a UICollectionView in pure code without using Storyboards. First we’ll remove the Main.storyboard file, fix compile and run-time errors. Next we use a subclass of UICollectionViewController as our root view controller. We then implement the necessary UICollectionViewDatasource and Delegate methods to render a few  Full Article…

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Building Native iOS, Android, & Windows Apps in C# with Xamarin & Visual Studio 2015

New features, such as live dependency validation, help drive DevOps earlier in the development process. In addition, enhancements to popular features, like code navigation, IntelliSense, refactoring, and code fixes, save you time and effort, regardless of language or platform. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pilsr0Sv_PM cross platform mobile development develop ios apps on windows dot net programming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFfaNeQvW4Q dot net  Full Article…

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How To Make an App – Ep 3 – Xcode 8 Tutorial

How To Make iPhone Apps with NO Programming Experience! Lesson 3: Xcode 8 Tutorial and Tour In this lesson, we walk through the main components and areas of Xcode 8. Take a tour of the app where you’ll spend most of your time in! Download the Key Takeaways Lesson Notes here: https://codewithchris.leadpages.co/yt-beginnerlessons-keytakeaways/ My Courses: http://codewithchris.com/beginnercourse/  Full Article…

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iOS Swift Tutorial: Basic Custom Camera App – AVFoundation

In this tutorial you are going to create a custom camera interface. You can use it for your own camera driven apps and add exactly the style you want. ➡️ Web: http://www.brianadvent.com ➡️ Tutorial Files https://github.com/brianadvent/CustomCamera ✉️ COMMENTS ✉️ If you have questions about the video or Cocoa programming, please comment below. (more…)

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Swift Tutorial for iOS: Part 3 – Login App Verify Credentials | AppShocker

Subscribe to my channel – https://www.youtube.com/user/AnimusVitaeX?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AppShocker For more tutorials, visit http://www.appshocker.com Learn how to program iOS apps with Swift. This is the second part of a Swift programming tutorial series. In this video, you learn how to create an app displaying a login screen handling credentials Tags: Swift IOS Programming  Full Article…

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