This tutorial is a follow-up to the part 1 that explained how to work with TezosSwift. If you did not read it and are already familiar with it or just want to skip to the code generation, I think you should be able to follow this tutorial as well, just download the project from part one.
Redesigns launch countless waves of hate. That’s an axiom. Every logo change of any more or less known company is welcomed by tons of bitter posts and comments on every social network of the world. Insults on designers, supposedly “witty” memes, attempts to improve the design, listings of human organs that can be seen in new graphics, discoveries of old-time logos from which the new one was obviously copied – just classic. The quality of the redesign doesn’t matter. Twitter will explode even when Spotify changes the shade of green.
Interacting with the Tezos blockchain on an iOS device should be an easy task. With TezosSwift, we at Ackee are working to accomplish that goal. TezosSwift has been built with type-safety in mind and implements most of what you could possibly need for Tezos development on iOS. Parts of this tutorial are also applicable to Keefer Taylor’s TezosKit, a library that TezosSwift is based on.