Determine when your user’s device goes in and out of particular area defined by a geofence. Geofences are geographic boundaries that you can define, such as a city boundary, an area around a home, work, school or other place of interest.
We’ll use Swift 4 and iOS with Xcode 9 to show you how easy this is. We’ll use our previous video as a base. Get the source code for the example here:
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- Introduction to Swift 4
- Swift Functions
- Swift 4 Classes
- Intro to Xcode
- Passing Data Between View Controllers
- Table View Controllers
- Web Services with Alamofire
- WebKit webview browser
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