Chameleon is a lightweight, yet powerful, flat color framework for iOS. It is built on the idea that software applications should function effortlessly while simultaneously maintaining their beautiful interfaces.
Code structure and organization is a matter of pride for developers. Clear and consistent code signifies clear and consistent thought. Read on to learn about the recent changes to documentation with Xcode 6 & Swift.
An important part of app marketing is testing and reporting. But before you ever start marketing an app it is critical that the app has a solid foundation. The app needs to be tested and needs to work well without errors on a variety of devices.
In this iBeacons tutorial you'll build an app that lets you register known iBeacon emitters, and tells you when your phone has moved outside their range. The use cases for such an app are infinite; the only restriction is your imagination.
Did you know that UIAlertView and UIActionSheet (as well as their respective delegate protocols) are deprecated in iOS 8? It's true. ⌘-click on UIAlertView or UIActionSheet in your code, and check out the top-level comment: UIAlertView is deprecated.
Apple this year announced two software developments – iOS 8 and OS X and the developer tools that bring them to life which includes a new programming language, Swift. Let us see some numerous features of the iOS8 iPhone and the iPad.
Xcode is the most used IDE for iOS development. Apple is doing a great job in updating and adding features to it. Knowing how to take advantage of its capabilities can help you code faster and more efficiently. Check out this Guide for Xcode 5 shortcuts, tips and tricks.