I use SwiftLint in every single project and this awesome tool even got me a job last year. Antoine gives us really useful tools that will definitely make our lives easier. My favorite rules in the list were the
Swift Community Awards is back, recognizing the best developers, tools and much more. Nomination phase ends October 30th and voting ends in November 19th. Please vote to recognize the awesome people that are helping the iOS community
In this tutorial you'll learn how to convert 3D files, add light and shadows, set physical properties like roughness and metalness and much more. If you want to learn more advanced AR Kit, this tutorial is for you.
Taptic Engine and Haptic feedback are so easy to implement. Last month I implemented it in my alert class and it definitely feels better with almost no work. In this post, Saoud explains what devices support these technologies and how to use each type of feedback.
(Big thanks to Carl Brussel for recommending this article)