RevenueCat is an in-app purchase SDK and subscription platform for apps. I use it to manage in app purchases for all my current and future apps. If you’re reading this post, you probably know about RevenueCat. If you don’t want to know more about it, then go check out the…
I’m going to show you how to add a swift package to your iOS app using the Swift Package Manager.
To add a package you will need a repository’s URL or if the package is hosted on GitHub or GitHub enterprise and you’re logged in you can just search…
Xcode 13 is officially out in the open. Let’s talk about the features that were added and some things that changed.
Launching Xcode is pretty similar to how it’s always been. Recent projects on the right and able to open new and existing projects on the left.
In this post, I’m going to discuss different ways to test your iOS app and why you need to be using tests for you code.
Got your coffee or favorite beverage? Great then let’s hop to it!
I’ll go through each way and give…
Here’s a little bit of how my 1st month has been being a full time software engineer. If you didn’t know, I got my first software engineering position about a month ago. It’s a fully remote position with the home base in Austin, Texas.
In this video, I’m going to discuss continuous integration for mobile apps. I’ll be mainly focusing on iOS and iPadOS app development, but this should apply to android as well.
Topics I’ll cover: