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How to Debug iOS Apps in Xcode. Getting To Know The Debugger.
How to Debug iOS Apps.

Hi there! I created a tutorial series to help you getting started at debugging your applications. Debugging may be a scary topic. Sometimes is seen

How to Rename An Xcode Project
How to Rename An Xcode Project

Hi there! In this short article, I explain how to completely rename an Xcode project, including subfolders and schemas. Eventually you will find yourself in

The Ultimate Guide to iOS AutoLayout: Demistifying NSLayoutConstraint. Size Classes. AutoLayout Guide. Autolayout Animations. Animations With AutoLayout.
The Ultimate iOS AutoLayout Guide I and II, and some more Digital Tips

Hi there! I published the first episode of "The Ultimate Guide to iOS AutoLayout" past week, and today I just published the second one. In

Whatever happened to Xcode?

Lately, it's getting harder and harder for me to work with Xcode, and this is bad, really bad, because it's my main work tool. Although

Swift is the new Java… and I don’t mean that in a good way.

Swift is the new Java... and I don't mean that in a good way. I've got the feeling that XCode is getting worse with every new release,

Towards Clutter-less, Maintainable projects

An increasing number of my work requests as iOS developer come from projects that are already in progress, but whose developer left for some reason, or projects that were left on a

Swift: a programming language in evolution

One of the most surprising announcements of the WWDC14 was Swift, the new programming language for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch. I have to say I