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    Swift: Operator Declaration

    The Swift standard library defines a number of operators, many of which are available to most programming languages. The most familiar operators that will come to mind are the MDAS operators’ *, /, +, - respectively.

    Operators such as these are very simple to use and remember that it was thought ever since we were kids. But not all operators are easy to remember, not all of them are easy to use,…

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    LockGen

    LockGen

    LockGen is an iOS app that generates random string that can be used to lock specific vaults, accounts, and other classified documents. It can also save the generated string to it’s own secured internal library using Apple’s Core Data technology.

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    Swift: Range Operators

    Swift includes two range operators, closed range and half-closed range, which are shortcuts for expressing a range of values.

    Swift includes two range operators, closed range and half-closed range, which are shortcuts for expressing a range of values. Range operators are most commonly used with the for loop.

    In Objective-C, we have 2 different for loops, the traditional loop and iteration-based loop.

    Traditional For Loop

    The traditional for loop found in C requires 3 parts: the initialization, the condition, and the…

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    iOS: Data Protection

    iOS is based on the same core technologies as OS X, and benefits from years of hardening and security development.

    According to Apple’s iOS Security GUUIDe, iOS security can be viewed in four layers:

    • System architecture: The secure platform and hardware foundations of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
    • Encryption and Data Protection:The architecture and design that protects the user’s…

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