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Easy web augmented reality with AR Quick Look

Apple is making augmented reality accessible to everyone with AR Quick Look. Not only is this great for iOS apps, but also for websites. Online shopping is one of the best industries that can take advantage of AR, as it can give users the possibility to see the products in...

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What's new in Swift

This year’s “What’s new in Swift” included a plethora of improvements and new add-ons. Some of the news are: better diagnostic compiler error’s and hence better debugging improved and faster code completion improved auto indentation improved integration improved handling of chained method calls and property accesses A standardized way to...

Privacy for Photos Access

Apple always takes care of Privacy. Prior to iOS 14, for accessing photos, users were prompted with two options Don’t Allow and OK. To use a feature that actually only required limited access, users still had to expose their entire photo library. This year Apple introduced new tools that give...

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WWDC20

Every year Apple’s WWDC event is a highlight in the Apple developer community, and this year was no different. Because of COVID-19 the event had to take on a new form and move out of Cupertino and into the virtual world. The week was kicked off with the highly anticipated...

Introducing App Clips

Apple introduced a new feature called app clips at this year’s WWDC. It is coming to iOS 14 this fall. App clips offer a promising new way for businesses to increase the discoverability of their apps and services while at the same time eliminating the need to install a full...

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A first look at Apple's new Augmented Reality features

Apple’s WWDC event is greatly anticipated in the Apple developers community every year. When it comes to the augmented reality world, we only got a quick glimpse of what is new in yesterday’s keynotes. Here is an overview of what we know so far, with more details to unravel this...

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LLDB summary

LLDB,Low Level Debugger, is a lightweight, high-performance debugger that is built into Xcode by default. Being able to use it well will make our development more efficient with less effort. We often use LLDB’s po / breakpoint in development, you can get a lot done with only those two tools....

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How to convert 3D models to USDZ files using Apple's Reality Converter

Earlier this year, Apple released the tool any ARKit enthusiast has been waiting for: Reality Converter. Keep in mind this is a Beta Release as of the moment of this article.

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Building a COVID-19 Tracing app in a week

We wanted to create a prototype app to help people to find out if they contacted anybody infected by the COVID-19 disease. It will use wireless technologies searching near by and notify users. In this post we’re going to talk about the thoughts behind this app, why we made it...

Combine networking with a hint of SwiftUI

In this blogpost we will examine what Combine is and how it can be used. Combine is a huge topic, and obviously, we will not cover everything here. So, continue reading to learn how we can use Combine to make network requests in a very general and efficient way, and...

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