Aswin Balaji

Aswin Balaji

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Posts Categorized / IOS

How to Fix the Most Common Xcode Errors

June 16, 2016 | IOS | by Aswinbalaji

1. Xcode Simulator Errors SpringBoard failed to launch application with error: 0 If you get the error above when you try to run your application, the fix is really simple. All you need to do is make sure your Simulator is the active window, and then open up the menu pictured below and click “Reset […]


IOS Interview Questions and Answers

April 21, 2016 | IOS | by Aswinbalaji

1. Enlist the Latest IOS Development Patform? The recent iOS Development platforms are as follows: iOS 9.2 beta 2 Build version: 13C5060d IOS 9.1 Build Version: 13B143 2. Explain Fast Enumeration. Fast enumeration is a iOS Programming Language feature that enables you to enumerate over the contents of a collection. It will also make your […]


Why IOS Swift Perfer than Objective C

November 12, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

Apple just unveiled the biggest updates in history for app designers. I haven’t been this excited about a Keynote in years. Now I feel compelled to write a 4th chapter that will be dedicated to learning the new techniques introduced in Xcode 6: Swift, Playground, Extensions, CloudKit and Testflight. My approach with the Design+Code book has always been to […]


Swift Tutorial – Developing iOS Apps Part 1

August 10, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

This tutorial updated to reflect changes in Xcode 7.2 and iOS 9, as of December 22, 2015 Apple announced at WWDC a major change to the way iOS apps are developed, it can now be done using a new programming language called Swift. In my efforts to adapt and learn the language’s common patterns and […]


If You are New in IOS Xcode………………

August 8, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

Create a New Project Xcode includes several built-in app templates for developing common types of iOS apps, such as games, apps with tab-based navigation, and table-view-based apps. Most of these templates have preconfigured interface and source code files. For this tutorial, you’ll start with the most basic template: Single View Application. Working with the Single View Application […]


IOS Swift Language Basics

August 1, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

Why Swift? In case you haven’t heard, Apple just introduced a new language for iOS and OSX developers called Swift. It has come to light that Swift was in the works since 2010, which is 2 years after the first SDK was released. Apple saw the limitations of Objective-C which is almost 30 years old […]


IOS-UI Elements

July 30, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

What UI Elements are? UI elements are the visual elements that we can see in our applications. Some of these elements respond to user interactions such as buttons, text fields and others are informative such as images, labels. How to Add UI Elements? We can add UI elements both in code and with the help […]


What is IOS???

July 23, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

iOS is a mobile operating system developed by Apple. It was originally named the iPhone OS, but was renamed to the iOS in June, 2009. The iOS currently runs on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Like modern desktop operating systems, iOS uses a graphical user interface, or GUI. However, since it is a mobile […]


Hello World….Build the Iphone App

July 22, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

 We’ll use Xcode 4.3.2 to work on the tutorial. However, you can also Xcode 4.2 to build the app in case you can’t upgrade to the latest version of Xcode. You may have heard of “Hello World” program if you have read any programming book before. It has become the traditional program for first-time learner to create. […]


Apple IOS Development Interface

July 17, 2015 | IOS | by Aswin Balaji

Apple has been a leading industry in the mobile world for years with its iPhone and iPad series. Despite the hype it can create with every official release like iOS 5, it’s also holding a large portion of market shares in the mobile platform, and this is probably the reason that most clients will want […]