We are all excited with the release of Xcode 8 and Swift 3. But upgrading our projects most of the time turns into a headache. And Firebase did well and really was an exception not to break. But still there were some outputs in the console that are very annoying. At first you might think that these are the errors but not after a close examination.
With the release of Swift 3 many changes have come to the language. Apple has updated their core frameworks as well. For example Foundation framework has gone through great changes. Before Swift 3 we used NSURLSession and NSJSONSerialization to reach a web service like REST API, download JSON and convert it to a readable format.
This short article is a follow up to Getting started with CocoaPods - Update Ruby Version and Install CocoaPods on Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. In the previous article we resolved problem with Ruby version and then installed CocoaPods. Now we’ll look at using CocoaPods to add Firebase SDK to your Xcode project and start using this amazing product by Google.
Release of Magento 2 has been the most anticipated event in the e-commerce platforms world for the past years. The completely new version of this great e-commerce platform brought wide range e-commerce and security features that will make any online store very successful.
No matter what kind of app you’re creating, you’re likely to use code from other developers in the form of frameworks and libraries. CocoaPods is a dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects. The latest version of CocoaPods will require a newer version of Ruby. In order to update Ruby and overcome new security measures we will need to install Homebrew, a package manager for OS X.
In this article we will go through Magento 2 installation via command-line. We’ll take a look on different parameters used in to magento setup:install command, we’ll set correct file and folder permissions so you can start with Magento 2 development.
It’s been a year since I started exploring Swift. I built several simple applications just for fun.
This is the third article in the series of Create Your First RESTful Web Service for Joomla! 3 With Lumen. In the previous article we covered configuration of Lumen, creation of Models, Controllers and Routes. Basically your API is functioning but it has no security, meaning that everyone having URLs can make a GET request and get data. Now we are going to add a security layer between users and your API resources so that only allowed users we have access.
Finally, I managed to write this second article on how to Create Your First RESTful Web Service For Joomla! 3 With Lumen.
For this example we are building a webservice with Lumen for my blog. It’s a standard Joomla 3.4 installation. So if you want to follow along you can simply install Joomla 3 or above on your localhost or just take a look at the code and learn how to build a webservice with Lumen 5.
If you are subscribed to Ultimate Guitar’s Tab Pro and would like to read drums to do a cover of your favorite song or you are simply a team of one willing to record all instruments in order to play guitar along with it (just like me) you will be wondering what the heck do those numbers for the drums mean.