macOS APIs enable a whole host of functionality you won't find in basic Automator workflow actions. With Swift, you can unlock them all.
How to add a gradient background to your UINavigationBar that works in portrait and landscape orientation. I thought it would be easy, but when I originally rotated my device to la
Set accessibility properties from Xcode's interface builder, and gain the ability to hide a bar button item—using an extension to UIBarButtonItem.
This extension for UIFont in Swift will convert your font to bold or italic. It's especially useful when you use scaled fonts but need a different look.
A class derived from UIButton that will draw your button with a gradient background in Swift, using Xcode’s Interface Builder.
An extension that provides a couple methods to resize the header and footer of a table view with UITableViewController in Swift.
Here are a couple extensions to modify the edge insets (the extra padding all around the text) and rotate a label in Swift.
Simple operations to add/remove time to a date can be several lines long. Many of my extensions help with the readability of the class.
My Swift tool belt includes an extension that will add a border, corner radius, and a shadow to any UIView, UIButton, or UILabel with a live preview.
A few of the iOS testing tools I’ve used to make life a little easier and code more correct when developing apps in Swift.
How to use the Fill Proportionally option with any UIStackView custom view while also having fine-grained control over the proportions themselves.
To my delight, most of the iOS image processing libraries are simple to use. Here's a walkthrough to get you started with iOS image filters in Swift.