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Swift is a new programming language for iOS and OS X apps that builds on the best of C and Objective-C, without the constraints of C compatibility. Swift adopts safe programming patterns and adds modern features to make programming easier, more flexible, and more fun.
Creating Snow Trails in Unreal Engine 4
In this Unreal Engine 4 tutorial, you will learn how to create deformable snow trails using a scene capture and render targets The post Creating Snow Trails in Unreal Engine 4 appeared first on Ray...
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Screencast: Firebase for Android – Authentication
In this video tutorial, you'll see how to setup your Android app to use a Firebase backend, and then integrate Firebase Authentication into your app. The post Screencast: Firebase for Android – Aut...
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Command Line Basics Part 2: Intermediate Command Line
Get started with the command line and then take your knowledge to the next level right away! Learn how to search and sort through directories and files, and how to take your knowledge and turn it i...
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ARKit/Facial Recognition – Podcast S08 E02
We welcome the team from "ARKit by Tutorials" to talk about ARKit. What it is, what's new this year, and the workhorse that is Facial Recognition. The post ARKit/Facial Recognition – Podcast S08 E0...
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Android Background Processing Part 2: JobScheduler and WorkManager
Learn about letting your app do work behind the scenes, starting with Threads & AsyncTasks, moving on to scheduling work, and finishing up with Services. The post Android Background Processing ...
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Video Streaming Tutorial for iOS: Getting Started
In this video streaming tutorial, you'll learn how to build a video streaming app using AVKit and AVFoundation frameworks. The post Video Streaming Tutorial for iOS: Getting Started appeared first ...
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Server Side Swift with Kitura Part 2: Completing Your Backend
In part two, you'll get an introduction to Kitura version 2.0, and learn to connect your Kitura server to CouchDB to store your EmojiJournal entries. The post Server Side Swift with Kitura Part 2: ...
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Enum-Driven TableView Development
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Swift enums to handle the different states of your app to populate a table view. The post Enum-Driven TableView Development appeared first on Ray Wenderl...
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Unreal Engine 4 Tutorial: Painting With Render Targets
In this Unreal Engine 4 tutorial, you will learn how to paint various textures onto meshes using materials and render targets. The post Unreal Engine 4 Tutorial: Painting With Render Targets appear...
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Kotlin – Podcast S08 E01
Kicking off Season 8 with Ellen Shapiro and Joe Howard from "The Kotlin Apprentice" talking about the differences between Kotlin and Swift and where Kotlin can be found. The post Kotlin – Podcast S...
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Server Side Swift with Kitura Part 3: Linking Your iOS Client To Kitura
In part three of this course, you'll learn how to use KituraKit to connect the EmojiJournal iOS app to your Kitura server. The post Server Side Swift with Kitura Part 3: Linking Your iOS Client To ...
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How To Make a Custom Control Tutorial: A Reusable Knob
Custom UI controls are extremely useful when you need some new functionality in your app — especially when they’re generic enough to be reusable in other apps. This custom control tutorial covers t...
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