Croath Liu (@cr0ath) is an iOS developer and one of the lead translators for nshipster.cn. He lives in Beijing.
Make no mistake, a tiny keyboard on a slab of glass doesn’t always lend itself to perfect typing. Whether for accuracy or hilarity, anyone typing on an iOS device notices when autocorrect steps in to help out. You might not know, however, that UIKit includes a class to help you with your user’s typing inside your app.
As an iOS developer, if you want to make an application on your own, you sometimes need to write back-end code. Even for the developer who can take that on, there is more than just the code, there’s also maintenance. Your worst fear becomes not that people might not like your application, but that your server might fail under heavy traffic.
Fortunately, we now have CloudKit. Apple takes care of all these details, so you can focus on how to make your application great.