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This project provides some examples in Swift 4.2 for iOS, its general syntax should be familiar enough for most programmers to understand.


As a developer, you should already be familiar with these pieces of code. This code is Open Source. It's Reusable. Use it in your apps.


The project features code-level examples for the following items:

  • Classes and Structures
  • Protocols and delegates
  • ActionSheet
  • AirDrop
  • AlertViewController
  • AVFoundation (QRCode)
  • QuartzCore (Animation with collision)
  • Calendar
  • Chat Peer to Peer
  • Check Connectivity
  • CollectionView
  • CoreAnimation (some examples)
  • CoreData (some examples)
  • CoreImage (CI Detector)
  • CoreLocation
  • DelegateWithNavigator
  • EventKitUI
  • Gesture (DoubleTap, Long Press, Pinch, Rotate, Swipe)
  • HideKeyboard
  • JSON Parse
  • MapKit
  • MediaPlayer
  • NSBlockOperation
  • NSFileManager
  • NSNotification
  • NSURLSession
  • NSUserDefault
  • SQLite
  • Segues (normal and custom segues)
  • Show Local IP
  • Show Remote IP
  • SocialFramework (Twitter and Facebook)
  • SpriteKit basic sample
  • SwiftLoginScreen (working with php webservice and JSON)
  • TabBarController
  • TableView
  • TableView with Property List
  • UIImagePickerControllerCamera (photo and video)
  • UILocalNotification
  • XIB working with Storyboard
  • XML (get data from XML)
  • XML (get data from AppStore)
  • iCloud

I plan to write further additional examples and all developers are welcome to follow the project through Github. As a collaborative open-source effort, I also welcome feedback and contribution from others.

Getting Started

Running in Xcode 10 and iOS 12


Individuals are welcome to use the code with commercial and open-source projects.


master - The production branch. Clone or fork this repository for the latest copy develop - The active development branch. Pull requests should be directed to this branch


The MIT License (MIT)


We'd love to see your ideas for improving this repo! The best way to contribute is by submitting a pull request. We'll do our best to respond to your patch as soon as possible. You can also submit a new GitHub issue if you find bugs. :octocat:

Please make sure to follow our general coding style and add test coverage for new features!