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If you’ve ever distributed an app to the Apple App Store, you’ve probably generated an iOS Distribution certificate (either from Xcode or directly from the Apple Developer site. With Xcode 11, Apple released new Development and Distribution certificate types and has started using those by default. This was mentioned in the Xcode 11 release notes:Continue reading “Use the new Xcode 11 Distribution Certificate Format”
Last time we took a look at the very useful RelativeDateTimeFormatter to create localized strings describing date differences programmatically. In this post we’ll look at a better way to handle presenting lists to your users. As programmers, it’s pretty common to have to take a list of objects (e.g. apples, bananas, oranges) and express theContinue reading “Nicely Formatted Lists with ListFormatter”
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