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The first installment of a Swift Tutorial Series aimed at getting you upto speed with the contacts framework. Part one will cover What is the Contact Framework, Using the CNContactStore Class and the CNContact Object. I will show you how to create Contacts in Swift and add in extra information like birthdays, anniversaries, social media profiles and more.

In this watchOS 2 Tutorial I am going to show you how to check if there is a connection between your iOS Application and your watchOS. We will do this by checking if each of the devices can receive signals from eachother using the methods: sessionWatchStateDidChange(_:) & sessionReachabilityDidChange(_:) which are found in the WatchConnectivity framework.

In this Swift tutorial I hope to make you familiar with the Swift guard statement. At first, when you look at the syntax you feel like it might be a little useless. It looks just like a confusing alternative to using Optional Binding or the if / if-else statements. I hope to persuade you otherwise. What is guard? Ok, so just like an if-statement in Swift, the guard statement executes based on a Boolean Value of expression. However, unlike the

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to create an Editable UITextField inside a UIAlertController. I will do this by guiding you through the process of creating an UIAlertController with editable text fields for the user to enter a username and pasword and then display that in the console log. Create the app The first thing we need to do is create a new Single View Application: Enter these values into the dialogue that opens up: Prodact