Special characters can be included in string literals using the following escape sequences: The following example shows how to use a few string literals: Swift 4 Escape sequence Meaning \0 Null Character \\ \character \b Backspace \f Form feed \n Newline \r Carriage return \t Horizontal tab \v Vertical tab \’ Single Quote \” Double Quote \000 Octal… Read More »
To retrieve a count of the characters in a string, call the global countElements function and pass in a string as the function’s sole parameter: prints “sampleString has 32 characters” Note : Different Unicode characters and different representations of the same Unicode character can require different amounts of memory to store. Because of this, characters in Swift do… Read More »
Swift 4 is a type-safe language which means if a part of your code expects a String, you can’t pass it an Int by mistake. As Swift 4 is type-safe, it performs type-checks when compiling your code and flags any mismatched types as errors. Playground execution failed: error: :6:6: error: cannot assign to ‘let’ value ‘myVar’ myVar =… Read More »
Dear Friends, In Today’s post I will show you how to convert a simple hex color string to UIColor in Swift 3. Code
Dear Friends, Today I will show you how to create a simple alert with two buttons and how to write a callback for each button. The code is simple. Its written for Swift 3. Send your comments to email@example.com
Here is a simple ulility function to convert a hex color string to UIColor in iOS in Swift 3.
Apart from other languages, when you write a class in Swift, It should have a initialiser. To solve this we have to write init() function in that particular class. Just like below. For example, look at the below class. Here we have 5 variables. The above error usually comes when you don’t initialize all variables in the class… Read More »
Hello everyone, Here in this tutorial I will show you how you can create a Custom View for Timer without any layout in Swift. Custom Timer Class Our Custom timer class will look like this Here I am passing the superview in which timerview is going to be placed as the parameter. Then I am creating a circle… Read More »
It allows developers to filter images in their apps. Advantages Core Image supplies 90+ filters. Powerful image filtering capabilities Core Image includes APIs for face detection Automatic image enhancements Custom effects through “chained” filters. You can get all kinds of effects, such as modifying the vibrance, hue, or exposure. It uses either the CPU or GPU to process… Read More »
Well, its really easy for recording audio in an iOS application. We will decalre two variables in our View Controller Request Permisson from the User Start Recording Set Delegate Finish Recording Note : Sometimes iOS Stops the recording when a phone call comes. In that case we need to handle this. Since the delegate is our viewcontroller we… Read More »
When calling a method that may cause a failure, you normally pass it with an NSError object (as a pointer). If there is an error, the object will be set with the corresponding error. You then check if the error object is nil or not and respond to the error accordingly. That’s how you handle errors in Swift… Read More »
In this post we will see how we can create custom tableview cells in Swift. Let’s Start… Create a new project and name it the way you like. For creating Custom TableView we have to do below things 1. Drag a tableview and Drag a UITableView Cell into it. 2. For our example – Drag and image and… Read More »
Swift introduces Optionals type, which handles the absence of a value. Optionals say if there are set a value, then take that value, it can be of any type AND else it is nil. Basically It has two possible values, None and Some(T), where T is an associated value of the correct data type available in Swift. Example… Read More »
NSOperationQueue is used to do scheduled operations in iOS. You can customize NSOperationQueue to do Concurrent/Serial operations. You can set NSOperationQueue maxConcurrentOperationCount to tell it to do how many operations to execute at a time. Lets see this with an example [Swift Version] In the above example, we set maxConcurrentOperationCount to 1, telling it to execute one by… Read More »
This is actually fairly simple… 1. Create a new Swift file and name it say “MyConstants.swift”. 2. Declare your constants like below.. 3. Now you can directly use “NOTIFICATION_ID” in any class, Swift will directly import it for you. Thats all….