Day 31 of #100DaysOfCode - Creating iMessage Sticker App

Hey everybody, welcome back to my blog! Today is 31st Day of #100DaysOfCode and today it's the end of first month of #100DaysOfCode.

I haven't written about my progress in the past 2 days. So, here is a quick summary:

  • Day 29: Worked with Methods and OOP in Swift 3 and read Swift Programming - The Big Nerd Ranch Guide.
  • Day 30: Worked with Properties in Swift.

Today, I was a bit bored as I was reading the same book (Swift Programming - The Big Nerd Ranch Guide) for the past 30 days, and I wanted to take a break from the same boring routine. So, I decided to do something new today.

I decided to create something crazy and funny, and I created a iMessage Sticker Pack App. It's very simple app, it let's you send some cool Geeky stickers in iMessages. There is minimal coding required to create a basic Sticker App.

Here are some screenshots of the Sticker App:

Sticker App Screenshot

Sticker App Screenshot

And here are the stickers that are available to send:

List of Stickers

But, I want to create a much better version of this basic Sticker app, but the problem is that I'm not a Graphics Designer, but if you're reading this and you're a Graphics designer, please do let me know by leaving a comment below. I'll get in touch with you soon, and hopefully, we'll make something cool together.

The first month has been amazing. There were some moments when things didn't went right, but I was persistent enough. I've now developed this habit of writing code everyday and learning something new everyday.

So, that's it for now. I'll keep writing about my progress here on my blog. Here is my #100DaysOfCode Github repository. If you like this repo and find it useful, please consider ★ starring it (on top right of the page).

If you’re also taking the #100DaysOfCode challenge, let me know. We can hangout sometime, and talk about each other’s progress on Twitter. You can follow me on Twitter and Github.


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