Persistent HTTPS Connections: Reduce API call time by 50%


HTTP persistent connection, also called HTTP keep-alive, or HTTP connection reuse, is the idea of using a single TCP connection to send and receive multiple HTTP requests/responses, as opposed to opening a new connection for every single request/response pair. The newer HTTP/2 protocol uses the same idea and takes it further to allow multiple concurrent... Continue Reading →

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UIView Frame vs Bounds


UIView Frame vs Bounds When working with views and trying to configure the layout for an application, it’s important to know the difference between a view’s bounds and frames. Many developers get confused between the frame and bounds and when they should use the two properties. The main reason is because many developers do not know... Continue Reading →

Delegate vs Notification in iOS


Both terminology provide a way by which iOS object communication to each other in iOS application Delegate faster creates a has-a relationship between the two classes Good architecure, You gain compile time checking for required methods when you use  protocols with your delegates, so you know when you compile if you're missing any required methods... Continue Reading →

What’s new in swift 4.2


Good news: Swift 4.2 is now available in Xcode 10 beta! This release updates important Swift 4.1 features and improves the language in preparation for ABI stability. 1. toggle() for Bool swift propose adding a mutating func toggle to Bool. It toggles the Bool. var isVisible = true print(isVisible.toggle()) // false 2. Adding in-place removeAll(where:) to the Standard Library It is common to want... Continue Reading →

Resize UITableViewCell size without fluctuation and jerk.


You should use beginUpdates() and endUpdates() to change content size of UITableViewCell, in this case heightForRowAtindexPath will called for each cell in tableView and update height of TableviewCell.You should use beginUpdates() and endUpdates() to change content size of UITableViewCell, in this case heightForRowAtindexPath will called for each cell in tableView and update height of TableviewCell.for... Continue Reading →

React-Native: Day by Day


Welcome to AppEngineer We are come back with some exiting tutorial on React-native for iOS. Why Choose React Native At this point, you might think that React Native is another “write once, run anywhere” framework, like Titanium or PhoneGap, but you would be wrong. As Facebook very clearly states on their blog post, they acknowledge... Continue Reading →

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