This looks to be an extremely comprehensive library if you want to implement a complex settings screen, or collect any data through a form. There's a huge amount of built in cells available but it's also easily extensible if you need something that doesn't exist. Great documentation too.
Every time I need to do any kind of IAP stuff I end up recapping on a whole load of documentation to get it all set up right. Andrew Bancroft had the same issue and has put together a handy guide so that all the steps are in one place. Isn't that nice of him! 😀
The long winter of our discontent over Tweetbot's implementation of Safari view controller ended this week and we can once again use a swipe gesture to dismiss it. Of course, this means that we lose the internal implementation back/forward, but it feels much more natural this way. Anyway, if you were wondering how to do this, here's an implementation for you!
Locally cache a web page in order to make it available even while the device is offline. Unfortunately since WKWebView is out of process, it has its own set of caches and cannot make use of this. 😢 If you're still using UIWebView though, knock yourself out. Given that this is by Buzzfeed, I half expected the repository to be titled "25 incredible ways to cache a full web page offline!", but instead they went with "mattress". 😎