I’ve mentioned a few tutorials from Tope Abayomi, most recently a guide on creating custom keyboard extensions with the iOS 8 SDK.
Here’s a nice straightforward (about 35 minutes) step-by-step video tutorial series that explains how to create a simple Dribbble client app using UICollectionView submitted by Tope Abayomi.
Specifically in the series you’ll learn how to:
– Get your Dribbble key
– Use NSURLSession to download data from Dribbble
– Parse the JSON response from the Dribbble API in Swift
– Display the downloaded data and images in a UICollectionView
– Load the images asynchronously
Here’s the first video in the tutorial series:
You can find the rest of the video tutorials over on the App Design Vault blog.
A nice tutorial series using Swift showing how to download and display data in a UICollectionView.
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