Failable Initializers: “Swift version 1.1 is new in Xcode 6.1, and it introduces a new feature: failable initializers…Using the failable initializer allows greater use of Swift’s uniform construction syntax, which simplifies the language by eliminating the confusion and duplication between initializers and factory methods.”
iOS Dev Center: “Swift version 1.1 is new in Xcode 6.1“
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Jimmy Jose: “CLLocationManager wrapper in Swift, performs location update, geocoding and reverse geocoding using Apple and Google service”
“1) Location update with closure & delegate support
2) Geocoding and reverse geocoding using Apple service
3) Geocoding and reverse geocoding using Google service
4) Closure returns CLPlacemark object, making it easier to place pin on map”
Josip Ćavar: “Refresher is pull to refresh library written in Swift. It provides easy to use UIScrollView methods to add pull to refresh to your view. Refresher also supports custom animations.”
Refresher was inspired by another popular pull-to-refresh control.
iOS 8 Demo: Universal Storyboards and Adaptive UI (video): “With the addition of two new iPhone sizes, designers and developers will have to be more flexible in their layouts. In this demo, I give a quick overview of Universal Storyboards and Adaptive UI in iOS 8, and how they impact design and development.”