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How to get a Cover Flow effect on iOS

You can get an instant Cover Flow effect on iOS by using the marvelous and free iCarousel library. You can download it from https://github.com/nicklockwood/iCarousel and drop it into your Xcode project fairly easily by adding a bridging header (it's written in Objective-C).... Continue Reading >>

How to make empty UITableViews look more attractive using DZNEmptyDataSet

If you use table views or collection views and you want to take one simple step to make your app both more attractive and more user-friendly, let me tell you what the pros do: we use DZNEmptyDataSet. This simple, free, open source library is designed to handle the case when your data source is empty by showing some prompt text, and optionally also a button or an image.... Continue Reading >>

How to parse JSON using SwiftyJSON

SwiftyJSON is a super-simplified JSON parsing library that gives you clearer syntax than the built-in iOS libraries (yes, even more than JSONEncoder from Codable), and is free.... Continue Reading >>

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