iOS Scholar's Blog

iOS Scholar's Blog

iOS Development Tutorials, Tips & Tricks and more

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iOS Scholar's Blog

Tuples and Switch Statements in Swift Programming Language

Switch Statement in Swift Programming Language


Using Ranges, where clauses, and Tuples in Switch statements

Another Swift basics tutorial on iOS Scholar's Blog, where we discuss Tuples - an advanced data type in Swift and using Tuples in Switch statement, a combination which has some powerful pattern matching potential.

Swift Functions - Shorthand External, Default, Inout and Variable Parameters

Swift Functions: External Parameters and Default Parameters


Using hash for shorthand, modifying parameter values, reflecting them back and more...

In this second tutorial of Functions in Swift on iOS Scholar's Blog, we discuss shorthand for External Parameters, Default parameters, their implicit external parameter behaviour, Variable parameters to modify values of otherwise immutable function parameters and Inout Parameters to reflect the changes made to parameter values back in calling scope.

Functions in Swift with Multiple Return Types and External Parameters

Swift Functions - Multiple Return Types and External Parameters


Annotate Parameters, Returned Values and more...

Functions in Swift, Apple's new programming language, are extremely flexible and very powerful. They can return multiple values and external parameters can be used to label the parameters while invoking the functions.

for..< in Loop in Swift Programming Language


Iterating over Ranges, Collections and more

Swift, Apple's new programming language has a for loop construct, the for..in loop. Check out the syntax complete with examples and explanation.

iOS 7 Design Themes - Description/Explanation for iOS Developers


Clarity, Depth and Deference

iOS 7 Design Themes - Description/Explanation for iOS Developers. This post discusses the design themes of iOS 7, the three pillars of Deference, Depth and Clarity.

iOS Scholar's Blog - Introduction


The iSB Directory

Introduction to the iOS Scholar's Blog. This post introduces to and will contain the links to all the other posts in the iOS Scholar's Blog. Tips and tracks, tutorials, video illustrations and more...

Lists of Posts in iOS Scholar's Blog

Tuples and Switch Statements in Swift Programming Language

Switch Statement in Swift Programming Language


Using Ranges, where clauses, and Tuples in Switch statements

Another Swift basics tutorial on iOS Scholar's Blog, where we discuss Tuples - an advanced data type in Swift and using Tuples in Switch statement, a combination which has some powerful pattern matching potential.

Swift Functions - Shorthand External, Default, Inout and Variable Parameters

Swift Functions: External Parameters and Default Parameters


Using hash for shorthand, modifying parameter values, reflecting them back and more...

In this second tutorial of Functions in Swift on iOS Scholar's Blog, we discuss shorthand for External Parameters, Default parameters, their implicit external parameter behaviour, Variable parameters to modify values of otherwise immutable function parameters and Inout Parameters to reflect the changes made to parameter values back in calling scope.

Functions in Swift with Multiple Return Types and External Parameters

Swift Functions - Multiple Return Types and External Parameters


Annotate Parameters, Returned Values and more...

Functions in Swift, Apple's new programming language, are extremely flexible and very powerful. They can return multiple values and external parameters can be used to label the parameters while invoking the functions.

for..< in Loop in Swift Programming Language


Iterating over Ranges, Collections and more

Swift, Apple's new programming language has a for loop construct, the for..in loop. Check out the syntax complete with examples and explanation.

iOS 7 Design Themes - Description/Explanation for iOS Developers


Clarity, Depth and Deference

iOS 7 Design Themes - Description/Explanation for iOS Developers. This post discusses the design themes of iOS 7, the three pillars of Deference, Depth and Clarity.