Array is one of the most used collection types in Swift. Although it is extremely powerful (and the language provides much faster array iterations compared to Objective-C) it lacks many of the capabilities we were used to when working with NSArray and NSMutableArray collection types.
After months of beta releases, the final version of Xcode 6.2 is here. Xcode 6.2 includes the SDK for the much anticipated Apple Watch. In this tutorial we will see how to create a WatchKit app that fetches data from the network and displays a simple table and a detail view. Tables in WatchKit work a little bit different than Table Views on iPhone.
One of the most popular posts in my blog is the tutorial for creating a Pop-up window with iOS SDK using Objective-C. Since then many readers reached me out asking for a Swift version of the Pop-up. In general the process is exactly the same in Swift (except the language used to write the code of course…), so I am not going to dive into the process of creating the .xib files again.