Learn how to populate a user interface with data from the web. In that process we are creating a simple UI featuring a TableViewController and using JSON data we get from the darksky API.
In this tutorial you are going to learn how to access CloudKit from the Web using CloudKit JS. You will also learn how to save location based data on iOS and display it on a website.
In this tutorial you are going to use Firebase (BaaS) to create the traditional app like Twitter. You’ll also get in touch with using CocoaPods.
In this tutorial you will learn how to use CloudKit Push Notifications and subscriptions to recordchanges to get instant updates from the Cloud. You are going to integrate this into the Swiffer App.
In this tutorial you will create an App like Twitter called Swiffer using CloudKit. With Parse gone CloudKit is a pretty good way to go. You will also learn how to implement a pull to refresh function on a TableViewController.
We’re retiring our services on January 28, 2017. Here are two tools to help you transition: https://t.co/BiAR6menJc pic.twitter.com/knR4dRVkCX — Parse (@ParseIt) 29. Januar 2016 Now what? With the end of Parse many developers are searching for alternatives. Who would have guessed that a service owned by Facebook …
Learn how to use the Parse Local Data Store to create a seamless, uninterrupted user experience so that the data you need is available even when your users are not connected to the internet.
Learn how to detect faces and how to use wikipedia to get images of famous people.
Learn how to use the powerful Model View Controller (MVC) Design Pattern and create an iTunes Search App on the way.
Create an App that streams music from Spotify using the new Spotify SDK