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MQTT iOS Frameworks Comparison

If you are new to the MQTT or just want to refresh your knowledge, please read my overview of the technology first. The first step to build a stable and reliable iOS application with use of the MQTT protocol is to take some time to determine all use cases and possible scenarios. Based on that the expected specification can be created for the second step - choosing the right broker. The implementation of it on the server is not a task for iOS developer, but it’s important to know what are its functionalities and limitations. Only after that, the proper framework for iOS can be chosen. There are lots of the MQTT clients available. I had an experience with two of them: CocoaMQTT and MQTT-Client-Framework. However, there is also a third very tempting option, which is Moscapsule. The purpose of this blog post is to compare all three of them especially in terms of differences.
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Drag & Drop in iOS 11+

Intro Introduced in iOS 11, designed to be used on iPads between multiple apps, but works also on iPhones within one app. All discussed code can be found in demo app.
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At the beginning of October, I had the opportunity to attend Mobiconf, an international conference for mobile developers in Cracow, Poland. And since it was the very first time I went to such an event, I would like to share some thoughts about Mobiconf itself and attending professional development conferences in general.
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10 iOS Posts You Can't Miss on Netguru Blog

Is learning to code better one of your New Year’s resolutions? Awesome! We wanted to help you out a bit, so we’ve prepared this set of handy resources about iOS development. It includes goodies for beginners, as well as tips for the pros. Have a good read, and have a great start to a code-tacular 2016!
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“Now close your eyes and try to imagine your future surroundings in, say, five, ten, or twenty-five years. Odds are your imagination will produce new things in it, things we call innovation, improvements, killer technologies, and other inelegant and hackneyed words from the business jargon. These common concepts concerning innovation, we will see, are not just offensive aesthetically, but they are nonsense both empirically and philosophically."
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It’s really happening! We’re excited at the prospect of inviting you to Netguru’s first ever iOS workshops.
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The Best Talks on iOS from Mobiconf 2015

When I heard that the Mobiconf 2015 mobile technologies conference was going to be held in Kraków, it was a no-brainer - I just had to be there! Check out Netguru team's favourite picks from the iOS talks.
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17 Must Have Tools to Speed up Development in iOS

Time is money. Faster coding means better gross. But how can you speed things up if your dev skills are at their peak? The answer is simple: use tools! In this article I will show you some tools which help me to code faster and spend my time more efficiently.
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We’re pleased to announce our new, open source iOS tool for HTTP de bugging – ResponseDetective.
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Last month, our Netguru iOS team (also with a few Rails people!) took part in a webinar by Paweł Dudek about testing iOS apps and if you are thinking now meh, another boring obligatory webinar, check this out: after an 8-hour workday, not a single participant left a more than 2-hour-long Hangout before it ended! I'm afraid that if I wrote about all the things I've discovered, you'd finish reading this next day, but I'd like to share at least these 10 tips I’ve learned about testing iOS apps. 
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