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iOS11-NFC-Example - 📱 Example showing how to use the Core NFC API in iOS 11 and later.
A quick example showing how to use the Core NFC API in iOS 11 and Swift 4. In order to work with NFC-tags, it is fundamental to understand the NDEF (NFC Data Exchange Format) specification. Whenever CoreNFC discovers a new tag, the didDetectNDEFs delegate method will provide an array of NDEF messages ([NFCNDEFMessage]). Usually, there is only one NDEF message included, but the specification keeps it flexible to provide multiple messages at the same time.
IzyNFC provides an attractive and ergonomic mean for development, simulation and testing of NFC applications. For example, it can be used to develop Java based embedded software for mobile handset (MIDlet), the SIM (CARDLET), and to manage NFC tags.
A native and simple imitating Instagram iOS app. It must run in iPhone 8 - iPhone X without landscape direction. This app is still in development. This app use Parse server to save and load user info. Sign in and up both will save user in UserDefault because AppDelegate class will check which page user should go if the app dosn't exist in backend. To see more detail in source code.
SwiftMessagesSegue is a subclass of UIStoryboardSegue that integrates directly into Interface Builder as a custom modal segue, enabling view controllers to take advantage of SwiftMessages layouts, animations and more. SwiftMessagesSegue works with any UIKIt project — storyboards are not required. Refer to the View Controllers readme below for more information. And check out our blog post Elegant Custom UIViewController Transitioning to learn a great technique you can use to build your own custom segues that utilize UIViewControllerTransitioningDelegate and UIViewControllerAnimatedTransitioning.
Disk is a powerful and simple file management library built with Apple's iOS Data Storage Guidelines in mind. Disk uses the new Codable protocol introduced in Swift 4 to its utmost advantage and gives you the power to persist structs without ever having to worry about encoding/decoding. Disk also helps you save images and other data types to disk with as little as one line of code. Disk requires iOS 9+ and is compatible with projects using Swift 4.0 and above. Therefore you must use at least Xcode 9 when working with Disk.
An Android NFC-App for reading, writing, analyzing, etc. MIFARE Classic RFID-Tags. This tool provides several features to interact with (and only with) MIFARE Classic RFID-Tags. It is designed for users who have at least basic familiarity with the MIFARE Classic technology. You also need an understanding of the hexadecimal number system, because all data input and output is in hexadecimal.
First one is face rectangle detection by using VNDetectFaceRectanglesRequest based on pixelBuffer provided by delegate function captureOutput. Next we need to setup the property inputFaceObservations of VNDetectFaceLandmarksRequest object, to provide the input. Now we are redy to start landmarks detection.
WhatsNew automatically displays a short description of the new features when users update your app. This is similar to what happens in Apple's apps like Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iMovie and TestFlight. Simply list your new features (with optional icons), customize the appeareance and when to show it (only on major updates for example).
HapticButton replicates the behavior of the buttons in the iOS 10 and 11 Control Center as well as in the Home app. A device with 3D Touch is required to fully experience the haptic feedback on supported devices. It is implemented as a subclass of UIControl, so feel free to further customize it to your needs. The example project shows how to set up HapticButton in a few different ways.