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.
During November, our Team, consisting of David, Dominik and Jirka, participated in the CEE Hacks – Smart energy Hackathon. “Don’t you have enough programming to do from your regular work?” you may ask. (more…)