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This is a project showing how to fetch huge chunk of images via API and put them in a nice UICollectionView with parallax effect. It also covers adding a fancy expanding cell to UICollectionView, several auto layout-based labels, subtle parallax effects, and fading transitions to a standard Collection View. Written in Swift 3 Syntax.
This project is a clone of FB Messenger . Converted to Swift3 syntax (Courtesy: https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/). It covers topics like: 1. Auto Layout Using Code 2. Core Data Entities: Create, Read, Delete and a lot more operations involving Core Data which would help in understanding the power of Core Data 3. Creating a Tab Bar Menu Programatically 4. Creating Chat Bubbles With Tails 5. How to Auto Update UICollectionView by inserting rows using NSFetchedResultsController 6. No Storyboards used
This project is a clone of AppStore . Converted to Swift3 syntax (Courtesy: https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/).It covers topics like: 1) Layout structure of the application by using a UICollectionView which allows for horizontal scrolling for each category section of apps. 2) Integrating JSON data from a REST api service. 3) Perform Segue programatically. 4) Using NSLayout Constraints through out the app. 5) No Storyboards used at all!
This project is a clone of FB News Feed. Converted to Swift3 syntax (Courtesy: https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com/). It covers topics like: 1) Using a UICollectionView to make a vertical scrolling component 2) Dynamic Cell content and Loading Images 3) Load images asynchronously and caching using NSCache 4) Adding a custom UITabBar to suit to that of FB 5) Animation that zooms the image into the center of the screen All of the above with no StoryBoards used. Clean, re-usable code following MVC pattern.
This project covers: 1) UICollectionViewFlowLayout with all the auto-layout constraints added programatically 2) How to build custom tab bar as seen in YouTube app 3) URL session integration to build feed for Home screen. All written in Latest Swift 3 syntax following MVC pattern, re-usable code methodologies, extensions etc.Converted from Swift2 (Source: https://www.letsbuildthatapp.com) to Swift3.