You may think what the hell does this low level iOS dev is going to talk about one of the most successful design tool. Anyhow, who cares! 🤷🏽♂️
I view this thoughts as the beginning of an evolution in Design thinking. We are begining to see the pitfalls in our journey. Here are the solutions I propose for the potential risks in Design Thinking.
Draft an industry-specific or much simpler organisation specific definition, which the practising group could immediately identify with. More industry based jargons and examples might help the practitioners to grasp intuitively.
Let’s say if we are facilitating…
Let’s see this with an example.
Say our project requires some math actions at many places and you want to create a helper class to do the same.
Xcode Weekly is a bundle of iOS app developer stuffs I went through in the week which I feel are significant. And I’m sharing it with everyone here. - Rajai kumar
Let’s see what I have in the bundle for you guys.
Must Read for fastlane users.
Credit- Josh Holtz
Fetch request templates are one of the most underrated and under used features in Core Data. It helps you to set conditions for the attributes in your entity to filter the data according to your needs.
Enough with the grass hopper speech, let’s see an example.
We have a Fight Club app made for this tutorial.
Aqua Progress indicator helps to keep the user engaged and updated with the progress you are making.
Step 1: Download/Clone the AquaProgressIndicatorSample project.
In an iOS developer’s life, learning is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. But I know how hard it’s to keep track of all the blogs, YouTube channels, twitter accounts, conferences, newsletters, etc.
Xcode Weekly is a bundle of iOS app developer stuffs I went through in the week, which I feel are significant. And I’m sharing it with everyone here.
There are many weekly newsletters which cover many areas. But they partly cover what I need. So this is for people who may look for things I look for.
So let’s jump in.
Late last year…
Welcome back to Coding interview Questions & Answers.
This is a continuation to the article -Junior dev — Coding interview Questions & Answers — Part 1
We have covered Factorial and Palindrome so far. Now we are going to cover
Question: Find the maximum sum of an hourglass in a given 2D array.
Looks like a simple question isn’t it. If you really know it's simple or its cumbersome.
Let’s ask & answer two sub questions:
Coding challenges was one of the biggest fears in my junior dev days. I was an average programmer. But once I knew the mechanics behind them, it became one of my favourite pass times.
If you feel you are weak in an area in Software Development and you want to get better at it, there is only one way to go, Practice! Practice! Practice!
If I don’t practice for some time I’ll feel weak too. I’ll pick it up in a day or two after I’ve started practice again.
I’ve compiled some questions I faced and some of the questions…
This is a continuation to the article iOS: behavioural testing- Given When Then in UI & Unit testing — Part 1.
I heavily recommend reading part 1 before proceeding further with this article.
Let’s recap, in the part 1 we saw the following things:
Now we are going to implement the same strategy we used for unit testing on UI testing.
Let’s look at our app screen again.
What is Given When Then ?
It is a storytelling structure. A story explaining a particular scenario in our application.
“You can use a different story format and still be doing behavioural testing— but I am presenting it here because it has been proven to work on many projects of all shapes and sizes. At the very least, your story should contain all of the elements described in the template.”-Dan North
The story template looks like this:
Title (one line describing the story) Narrative: As a [role] I want [feature] So that [benefit] Acceptance Criteria: (presented as Scenarios) Scenario 1…
I’m a workaholic iOS developer. I focus a lot on UX and product efficiancy.