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Operators In Swift

Hey Guys! It’s Ashank here back with another tutorial for you guys. This time, we will be talking about all the operators in Swift. Let’s talk about some concepts first. Swift has three types of operators: unary, binary, and ternary operators. A unary operator does operations on one target, a binary operator does operations on two targets, and a ternary …

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Control Flow in Swift

  Hey guys! Its Ashank here back with another guide in the Beginner’s Guide to Swift series! Today we are going to be looking at control flow in Swift.   What is Control Flow? Control flow refers to a loop that is bound by restrictions and executes a program multiple times according to that restriction. In this blog post, we …

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Optionals In Depth

Hey Guys! This is the next part in the Beginner’s Guide to Swift series, and today we will be talking about optionals in further detail and optional binding. If you didn’t catch my last blog post, please read that one before reading this one, as this post expands on concepts covered in the previous post. The primary topics of this …

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Conditional Statements in Swift

Hey guys! It’s Ashank here again, and today we will be exploring conditional statements, one of the most basic but most important concepts of programming.   If-Else Statements An “if statement” is a conditional statement, which has a condition, hence the name. If the condition is agreed to, then code within the body will be carried out. Otherwise, (or else) …

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Optionals in Swift

Hey everyone! It’s Ashank again, and today we will be talking about optionals in Swift. The concept of optionals is a surprisingly easy one, but it is a concept with several applications that you will use multiple times throughout iOS app development. With that being said, let’s get started!   What Are Optionals? Optionals are essentially types of variables that …

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Functions in Swift

Hey Guys! It’s Ashank here again. This time, we are going to talk about functions in Swift. We have covered functions in previous posts, but this time, we are going to go more in depth into the purpose of a function and different types of functions.   What is a Function?  A function is an action that you define in …

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Classes vs. Structures in Swift

Hey guys, this is Ashank again, and today we are talking about structures. If you missed the last post about Classes and Objects, you can go back to the first post in the Swift Blog section. Let’s get started!   What Are Structures? A structure is very similar to a class, but it has a few key differences that set …

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Classes and Objects in Swift

Hi! My name is Ashank, and I am one of the new writers here. This is the first post for my new series called Beginner’s Guide to Swift. With that being said, let’s get started! This first post is about Classes and Objects within Swift. Prior knowledge of classes and objects is not needed to follow along. Even if you …

Android Design Support Library : Basics

1 Welcome To The AppCompat Activity This Material Design Tutorial shows an example of AppCompatActivity which was introduced in API v22.0, Use the AppCompatActivity or AppCompatDelegate with a normal Activity to mirror the different Activity methods to add a Toolbar to it. Use tinted versions of widgets like AppCompatButton, AppCompatAutoCompleteTextView and so on along with a custom AlertDialog that looks …