WebKit webview browser – iOS Development in Swift 4 – 09

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In this Swift 4 tutorial, we’ll use Apple’s webkit webview (wkwebview) to display a webpage and navigate using a textfield for entering a URL and back and forward buttons by using the navigation delegate. Get the source code: https://github.com/ElectronicArmory/tutorial-ios-webview   … Continued

Swift Functions – iOS Development in Swift 4 – 03

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In this iOS development tutorial, we’ll cover functions in Swift 4. We’ll show you how to create and call functions for code reuse, add parameters, name those parameters or have unnamed parameters that Swift allows us to do. We’ll debug, … Continued

Intro to Swift 4 – iOS Development in Swift 4 – 02

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This intro to Swift 4 tutorial, using Xcode 9 for iOS, is for both beginners and programmers already familiar with the newest version from Apple. We’ll cover iOS development and Xcode in this series, but for this video we play … Continued

Full Stack App from Scratch – Android and Retrofit – 07

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In this video tutorial, we’ll be using our JHipster full stack application that we’ve been developing in previous videos to back an Android mobile app’s data. Most mobile apps need some kind of shared data store that lives on the … Continued

Full Stack App from Scratch – JHipster Permissions – 05

Jhipster allows us to prevent users from accessing certain resources via a jhiHasAuthority Angular directive on the frontend and a SecurityUtils.isCurrentUserInRole in a utility class that we can enforce on the backend. In this video we’ll show you how to … Continued

EventBus Android Tutorial – Using the Observer Design Pattern

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For this tutorial we’ll be discussing the observer design pattern using Green Robot’s EventBus library. The observer pattern allows us accomplish something extraordinary in software architecture. What that allows us to accomplish is low coupling, high cohesion. What that means … Continued

Android Database Tutorial – Active Android

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In this Android database tutorial, we’ll be using Active Android for our ORM, or object relational mapping to convert our database data into plain old Java objects (POJOs). This ORM saves us from having to write SQLite code, which is … Continued