The digest of interesting materials for the mobile developer # 92 (February 21 - March 1)

    Congratulations on the upcoming spring digest on mobile development and marketing. It contains several materials about Swift, the creation of a game over the weekend, the new Xcode and Android for work, ads on Google Play and the new Pebble watch tearing Kickstarter.

    Five traps for a beginner swifter

    I am a beginner swifter, that is, I learn Swift without ObjC experience. Recently, my companions and I started a project that required an application for iOS. We also have an idée fixe: a student from Fiztekh should certainly work with us, and the application should be written in Swift. And so, while we are looking for physicists and getting to know them, I decided not to waste time and simultaneously start sawing a project on Swift on my own. So I first opened Xcode.

    How to make an iOS game from an empty plastic bottle, picture and shader for the weekend

    I set myself the task of writing a very simple toy for iOS on Swift without resorting to any ^. * C. * $ (My previous experience with Swift was that 80% of the project was written in Objective -C (which, due to my C ++ thinking, has been reduced to the closest I know (Objective-C) + 2C-Objective = C)).

    Can a smartphone app diagnose melanoma?

    Melanoma is one of the most dangerous malignant tumors, it is localized on the skin or mucous membranes and can metastasize in almost all organs. Her late diagnosis leads to dire consequences. Therefore, the U.S. Federal Chamber of Commerce fined the developers of two applications, which, according to the advertisement, diagnose melanoma even in the early stages.



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