Slender is one of those rare tools that fits neatly between development and design. Instead of cutting corners or introducing artifacts with bizarre compression, Slender simply tells you which asset files aren't being used. Along the way, you can also see which assets are missing their @1x counterparts, or if your @2x images have incorrect pixel dimensions. Not only does Slender shrink your projects by removing unused files, it can help make them prettier.
A UINavigationController subclass that brings about a more vivid, brighter UINavigationBar.
With the release of iOS 7, Apple has brought translucency all throughout the operating system. As developers, we are (in a sense) responsible for utilizing these new libraries to present unity between our apps and the OS. With the introduction of gaussian, translucent navigation bars, we are able to allow for more dynamic context with the views that we are presenting.
XYPieChart is an simple and easy-to-use pie chart for iOS app. It started from a Potion Project which needs an animated pie graph without interaction. All animation was implemented in the drawRect: method. After played with BTSPieChart, really like its code structure, it’s clean, has well named functions, structure like a UITableView. XYPieChart rewrote the code, based on CALayers for the animation. Compared to BTSPieChart, XYPieChart is a prettier version, it has a simpler insert/delete slices algorithm, different design of slice selection, more flexible to customize.
I don’t use logging. From the simple printf or NSLog to more complex logging frameworks such as CocoaLumberjack. In this post I will try to explain the reasoning behind it, from a development, testing and release perspective, and propose alternatives that are, in my opinion, much more powerful.
The allure of a shiny new gadget is easy to overcome when it costs hundreds of dollars and comes with a multi-year contract. But cheaper contraptions, like the stuff you'll find in a kitchen store, are almost impossible to resist.
PPiFlatSegmentedControl is an UI Control developed avoiding original UISegmentedControl to get interesting features related with the flat design. For better appearance you can add Font Awesome library to your project and use their icons into the Segmented Control
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.