Hey there, Big news! My new course Machine Learning with Core ML 2 and Swift is now live on Udemy. This is the perfect course for you if you want to bring your game to the next level by integrating machine learning into your apps. ENROLL NOW FOR ONLY $9.99 Smart homes, self-driving cars, Siri, Alexa - some typical examples of how machine learning and artificial intelligence have become part of our daily life. Wouldn't it be cool to understand the concepts behind these complex topics? We're going to demystify what machine learning is by investigating how it works. We'll focus [...]
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https://youtu.be/LdIib-SrOmk The transcript of the video If we need a URL, we initialize it using the following syntax: var url = URL(string: "http://www.leakka.com") That’s pretty straightforward, but wouldn’t it be cool to create a url just like this: var url = "http://www.leakka.com" ? If we tried that, we’d get a compiler error. Actually, we can make it work with just a little bit of coding. And here’s how! Swift has a protocol called ExpressibleByStringLiteral. If we make a type adapt it, we can create instances of that type from a string. Here’s the official documentation: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/swift/expressiblebystringliteral ExpressibleByStringLiteral A type [...]
There’s more content coming, so be sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel. https://youtu.be/LE7tTYIrggg Here’s the transcript of the video. Today we’re gonna take a look at the Natural Language framework. Apple introduced this cross-platform framework this June at the developer conference. […]
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Working on my next project "Machine Learning with CoreML and Swift." I plan to publish the video course and the book by September 2018. The book is available for pre-order.
Sometimes, small code changes can bring considerable benefits. By using specific keywords, we can improve the performance of our code. Before I reveal that little optimization trick, you need to understand why it actually works. So, let’s talk first about method calls. Swift supports different techniques to invoke a method at runtime. Static dispatch is when the compiler can infer at build time which method to call. Static dispatch won’t work if subclasses can override the methods or the properties of the superclass. The compiler can’t figure out at compile time whether we’re referring to the superclass’s implementation or [...]
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You'll only be able to effectively apply POP-principles if you understand how protocol extensions, protocol composition, and protocol inheritance works. In this short video, I talk about protocol inheritance. https://youtu.be/6LDvgJhK2oI Are you interested in Swift and Protocol-Oriented Programming? Check out my recently published course "Swift 4: Protocol-Oriented Programming" available on LinkedIn Learning: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/swift-4-protocol-oriented-programming and on Lynda: https://www.lynda.com/course-tutorials/Swift-4-Protocol-Oriented-Programming/633857-2.html