Hi again, let’s move on to the second post under Xamarin category. We will use the project that we have configured in our earlier post as our basement, where we have integrated MVVM Light NuGet packages. What we are going to do is, navigating between some view controllers and understand how MVVM Light works. Continue reading
“The education of a man is never completed until he dies.” said by Robert Edward Lee which is very true for IT industry. After seven years of native mobile application development, I had to work on Xmarin, a hybrid application development using C#. Like MVC (Model – View – Controller) is famous in native iOS development, MVVM (Model – View – ViewModel) is common in .NET platform. They even have package manager call NuGet for this MVVM patterns. They have two patterns MVVM Light and MVVM Cross. For this post we are using MVVM Light. Continue reading
Hello there… I thought of writing the second part of the UI Testing tips blog post without waiting so long. For those who are wondering where is the first blog post, just follow this link 🙂 In this post also I’ll provide you some helpful tips that I’ve learnt while doing UI testing in Xcode with Swift language. Continue reading
Hi friends, hope you all have implemented several mobile apps so far. But when you need to add new features or fixing bugs, you need to keep in mind that not to break existing functionality. To do that, we write test cases. Today I’m going to tell you about how to write UI test cases with Swift programing language for iOS applications. 🙂 Continue reading
Hello friends, it has been a long time since I wrote the last post. The main reason was, WordPress it self suggest me to write a book and I decided if I write another blog post, that is after I publish a book by myself. Here I am after publishing a book and start writing back blog posts 🙂
The name of the book is Swift & Kotlin and baring the ISBN 978-955-35622-0-3. Below is the first impression that you get of the book.
Swift & Kotlin – Cover page
Purpose of this book is to get an understanding of two main programming languages where software developers use in mobile application development. Those two languages are Swift and Kotlin. Swift is Apple products related programming language where you can write applications not only for iOS but also for macOS, tvOS and watchOS. But in this book, we concern iOS applications. Kotlin is the latest language introduced for Android application development.
For the moment, this book is only available as a hardcover and there are limited number of copies printed. Those who are interested can buy the book from me and I didn’t bother to find a publisher since I have printed only limited numbers.
Anyway, if I elaborate the content roughly, I have made small applications for all the chapters in this book in both languages and included all the important code snippets in the book. Those who need full source code can get from BitBucket after I allow the permissions for those who are going to request from me. This book explains basic syntax, theory and some design patterns using very simple applications. You can get the idea of applications that I have included by looking at the below image, which is the Table of Contents page in this book.
Swift & Kotlin – Table of Contents
I hope those who can buy this book will learn and enjoy the content. Please share your thought through the eMail that I have mentioned inside the book.
Enjoy reading 🙂
Hello friends… 🙂 Up to now you have learnt how to deal with UIImageView, UITexiField and UIButton in an AutoLayout environment. Today we will add UIScrollView to that knowledge bank. Continue reading
Hi there… 🙂 How are you today? Shall we continue the next part of the iOS AutoLayout tutorial. Yes, I am going to improve the last post by adding two UITextFields and two UIButtons which finally looks like a login form. Continue reading