SDCAlertView is intended as a pixel-for-pixel UIAlertView duplicate in iOS 7, with added functionality that a particular company at a particular developer's conference promised, but never delivered. Most importantly,SDCAlertViewadds support for custom content using thecontentViewproperty.
Conversion is the tireless errand of software development. Most programming tasks boil down to some variation of transforming data into something more useful.
In the case of user-facing software, converting data into human-readable form is an essential task, and a complex one at that. A user's preferred language, locale, calendar, or currency can all factor into how information should be displayed, as can other constraints, such as a label's dimensions.
All of this is to say that sending -description to an object just isn't going to cut it in most circumstances. Even +stringWithFormat: is going to ultimately disappoint. No, the real tool for this job is NSFormatter.
If you ever try to mess up the UIAlertView, it was easy. Just try to add at least five butons on it. Therefore I change the way to layout of buttons. In this custom alertview, you can add buttons as more as you like. Also you are able to change the appearance of it.
With iOS 7 you can easily create custom view controller transitions that can be used in a range of contexts (push, pop, modal …). This project provides a library of custom animations which can be dropped directly into your project. It also has a number of 'interaction controllers' which can be used with any of the custom animations in order to make your transitions interactive.
The library currently contains the following animations, which can be made interactive with either a swipe or pinch gesture.
NSFileManager is Foundation's high-level API for working with file systems. It abstracts Unix and Finder internals, providing a convenient way to create, read, move, copy, and delete files & directories on local or networked drives, as well as iCloud ubiquitous containers.
File systems are a complex topic, with decades of history, vestigial complexities, and idiosyncrasies, and is well outside the scope of a single article. And since most applications don't often interact with the file system much beyond simple file operations, one can get away with only knowing the basics.
"We recently launched LinkedIn Intro — a new product that shows you LinkedIn profiles, right inside the native iPhone mail client. That’s right: we have extended Apple’s built-in iOS Mail app, a feat that many people consider to be impossible. This post is a short summary of how Intro works, and some of the ways we bent technology to our will."
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.