Supporting iPhone XS Max and XR

New iPhones are coming and bringing new device sizes. The good news, if you have been following Apple’s advice, is that you should not have much to do this year. Here is a recap of what you need to know to update your Apps for the new devices.

Read On →

Adding Padding To A Stack View

How do you add padding internal to a stack view? How about when the stack view has readable content and you want to limit the line length? You can do it in Interface Builder or in code but both have oddities. Stack view readable content guides certainly don’t work the way I would expect or hope.

(Also read to the end for a special announcement…)

Read On →

TODO FIXME And Compiler Directives

Want to be sure you don’t ship code without doing your TODO’s or fixing your FIXME’s? Take a look at the new compiler directives added in Swift 4.2.

Read On →

Easier Scrolling With Layout Guides

Did you spot that iOS 11 added a couple of new layout guides to UIScrollView? If you find using Auto Layout with a scroll view confusing they might help you remember how to add your constraints.

Read On →

Getting All Cases Of An Enum

I think my favourite addition to Swift 4.2 might be having the compiler automatically generate an allCases collection for enums.

Read On →
Archives Categories
No time to watch WWDC videos?

Sign up to get my iOS posts and news direct to your inbox and also get my free iOS Size Classes Cheat Sheet

OK! Check your inbox (or spam folder) for an email to confirm your details and download your free guide to iOS Size Classes.

There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again.

Unsubscribe at any time. See Privacy Policy