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Augmented Reality Featured iPhone Development Resources Open Source React Native

Example: Paste From Real Life To Photoshop With A Mobile Device

Augmented reality makes for fascinating technology, but it can be difficult to come up with real use cases that could save the user time (just imagine the man-hours spent removing backgrounds by online stores). AR Cut & Paste is a project that combines background removal with augmented reality images, and posting directly in Photoshop. The…

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Cordova (Phonegap) Hybrid Apps iOS Development Libraries Open Source PWA

Capacitor – Native Functionality In PWA’s, iOS And Android With The Same Code

Developing native apps that work across the iOS and Android platforms is difficult enough by itself, and with PWA’s it can be even more challenging to account for the differences between each browser and platform. Capacitor is an open source library from the folks behind the Ionic framework that changes that providing a javascript framework…

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Featured iPhone Development Resources iOS UI Controls iPad iPhone Swift

CalendarKit – A Swift Based Calendar Component With An Excellent Interface And Localization

CalendarKit is a Swift based open source UI component from Richard Topchii featuring a modular structure. With CalendarKit you can pick and choose which parts of the calendar to include such as the day calendar or the event calendar. You can also fully customize the look of the calendar. CalendarKit also supports localization of the…

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App Promotion & Marketing Featured iPhone Development Resources

App Review Sites List Updated

The traffic rank iPhone and iPad app review sites has been updated with a number of new sites added. You can find the list here: iOS App Review Sites.

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Featured iPhone Development Resources iOS Development Libraries Open Source iOS Libraries And Tools Swift

ResponseDetective – A Swift Library That Intercepts Networking Request Details For Easier Debugging

ResponseDetective is an open source Swift library from netguru that allows you to automatically intercept incoming and outgoing communication requests and view details of those requests for debugging. With a few lines of code you can add ResponseDetective and get networking request details in the console like in this example from the readme: <0x000000000badf00d> [REQUEST]…