iOS How to Specify Size Class Specific Constraints



You’ll learn how to specify size class specific constraints in this video. For this particular demo, we’re doing it for the landscape orientation.

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Building a Java application with TypeScript and React pt1



In “Building a Java application with TypeScript and React” I show you how to build a Java application using Spring boot, React and TypeScript.

So You Wanna Build an App?



People who have ideas often approach me to ask how to get a mobile app built. So let’s dive into what it may take to get started on your mobile app idea!

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How To Make an iPhone App – Ep 8 – How to Use Interface Builder (Xcode 8, Swift 3, iOS 10)



How To Make an iPhone App with No Programming Experience.
Tutorial 8 -How to Design an App in Interface Builder

In this lesson you’ll learn all about app design using interface builder in Xcode. Designing beautiful apps is one of the most important aspects of app development. It’s often overlooked in iOS tutorials, as most people focus on learning how to code. But in this day and age in order to succeed on the App Store, you have to make your iPhone or iPad app stand out.

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Updated to the latest version of Xcode (Xcode 8) for making apps using Swift 3 for iOS10.

How to Make Apps for iPhone | Learn to Code in Playgrounds – Ep3



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In lesson 3, we show you Xcode Playgrounds and get you started learning how to code in Swift 2. Everything is fully updated to the latest software versions so you can follow along and use our step-by-step walkthrough to learn how to code. We will talk about data types and variables and how you would use them to make iPhone Apps.

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Updated to the latest version of Xcode (Xcode 7) for making apps in Swift 2 for iOS9.

Scrollview in Swift using Xcode – iOS App Development part 1



The video shows how to implement scrollview in swift using Xcode. Don’t forget to check my Website:

Scrollview in Swift using Xcode – iOS App Development

How WSL accesses Linux files from Windows



Sven Groot explains how the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) can access and modify Linux files from Windows applications, going into deep dive level details on the underlying architecture and how it uses Plan 9’s 9P protocol to act as a file server between Linux and Windows. Sven Groot is a developer on the Windows Subsystem for Linux, and he is joined by Craig Loewen: a program manager on the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Craig Loewen’s Blog Post: https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandline/a-deep-dive-into-how-wsl-allows-windows-to-access-linux-files/

Xcode Tutorials – Changing App Name



Today I will be showing you how to change you app name within your Xcode Project.
This is our 7th video within our X – Tutorials Application.

Debugging JavaScript – Chrome DevTools 101



If you’re still using console.log() to find and fix JavaScript issues, you might be spending more time debugging than you need to. This tutorial shows you how to make the most of Chrome DevTools so that you can debug your JavaScript as quickly as possible.

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Breakpoints Guide: https://goo.gl/9XYhhF
JavaScript Debugging Reference: https://goo.gl/osaf2Q

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