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iOS Push Notifications: No Take-backs

iOS Push Notifications: No Take-backs | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
After playing around a bunch with iOS’ push notifications today, I gained a better understanding of how it works. Your response to the "X would like to send you push notifications" prompt can have...
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iOS Push Notifications: No Take-backs

iOS Push Notifications: No Take-backs | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
After playing around a bunch with iOS’ push notifications today, I gained a better understanding of how it works. Your response to the "X would like to send you push notifications" prompt can have...
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Windows 8/Android hybrids: it's all about the apps – or lack of them - The Guardian

Windows 8/Android hybrids: it's all about the apps – or lack of them - The Guardian | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
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Windows 8/Android hybrids: it's all about the apps – or lack of them
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Two of the major PC vendors (Samsung and Asus) have now released hybrid devices that run Android in tablet mode and Windows 8 in laptop mode.
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30+ tips to improve your iOS design workflow (in Photoshop) | Radesign

30+ tips to improve your iOS design workflow (in Photoshop) | Radesign | Mobile Development | Scoop.it

I’ve compiled below some of the methods I follow when designing iOS apps in Photoshop. The shortcut keys are for Windows; Mac users, please use Cmd for Ctrl and Opt for Alt.


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KLHorizontalSelect

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KLHorizontalSelect - A UI Control based on 8tracks home screen section select


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KLNoteViewController : A control that organizes multiple navigation controllers in a stack inspired by Evernote 5.0 app

KLNoteViewController : A control that organizes multiple navigation controllers in a stack inspired by Evernote 5.0 app | Mobile Development | Scoop.it

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Vincent Demay's curator insight, January 3, 2013 6:18 AM

A control that organizes multiple navigation controllers in a stack inspired by Evernote 5.0 app


✔Sourceshttps://github.com/KieranLafferty/KLNoteViewController

Scott Davis's curator insight, January 9, 2013 9:59 AM

An Evernote like control that stacks your ViewControllers into a neat deck of vertically stacked cards.

Trupti Nandani's curator insight, November 29, 6:55 AM

Evernote

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nil / Nil / NULL / NSNull

nil / Nil / NULL / NSNull | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
Understanding the concept of nothingness is as much a philosophical issue as it is a pragmatic one. We are inhabitants of a universe of _somethings_, yet reason in a logical universe of existential uncertainties.

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JBCroppableView

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JBCroppableView is a subclass of UIView built with UIKit and CoreGraphics that adds n points on an UIImageView allowing to modify them by drag & drop to trim the extra space of an image.


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Demystifying iOS Application Crash Logs

Demystifying iOS Application Crash Logs | Mobile Development | Scoop.it

Have you ever had the following experience as an app developer?

 

Before you submit your app, you perform a lot of testing to make sure your app runs flawlessly. It works fine on your device, but after the app is in the App Store, some users report crashes!

 

If you’re anything like me, you want your app to be A+. So you go back to your code to fix the crashes… but where do you look?

 

This is when iOS crash logs come in handy. In most cases, you’ll get very detailed and useful information about the cause of the crash, like feedback from a good teacher.

 

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about some common crash log scenarios, as well as how to acquire crash logs from development devices and iTunes Connect. You will learn about symbolication, and tracing back from log to code. You will also debug an application that can crash in certain situations.

 

OK, let’s get crashing!


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Bertie Liu's curator insight, January 9, 2013 8:50 PM

“crash down to the end of the world”

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CFIFrostedOverlayView

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CFIFrostedOverlayView - A view that renders its superview with a gaussian blur.

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Inside iOS 7: Calendar app comes with sterilized UI, few feature changes - Apple Insider

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Inside iOS 7: Calendar app comes with sterilized UI, few feature changes
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The design is eye-pleasing, though users familiar with previous version of iOS may find the change a bit jarring.
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Open Source iOS Library For Easily Creating Dynamic Line Graphs

Open Source iOS Library For Easily Creating Dynamic Line Graphs | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
I've mentioned a number of libraries for drawing charts and graphs such as in this summary of popular open source iOS charting libraries, and most recently with this 3D bar charts library. Here's a...

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Why Apple Created Sprite Kit And What It Means For Cocos2D

Why Apple Created Sprite Kit And What It Means For Cocos2D | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
In case you missed the news: Sprite Kit is Apple's 2D rendering engine for games, announced with iOS 7 at WWDC 2013 by merely mentioning it among other new APIs

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Gunpoint Recoups Development Costs In 64 Seconds - The Gunpoint Blog

Gunpoint Recoups Development Costs In 64 Seconds - The Gunpoint Blog | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
Gunpoint is a stealth puzzle game for PC that lets you rewire its levels to trick people. (Gunpoint recouped its development costs in 64 seconds. Look at some ridiculous graphs!
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0to255

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Do you do #Website #Design or #Development ? You'll love this #color tool by @shaunchapman http://t.co/aHftmnrOrm (You're welcome)
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Is Apple Facing A Designer And Developer Revolt Over iOS 7? - Forbes

Is Apple Facing A Designer And Developer Revolt Over iOS 7? - Forbes | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
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iOS 7 is one of the biggest changes for the iPhone and iPad since…. the iPhone, a stunning new interface according to Apple Apple CEO, Tim Cook.
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Transformifier

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Transformifier - Generic Interactive 3D Transformation Tweaking Tool for iOS Development


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KLExpandingSelect

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KLExpandingSelect - A selection control based on Summly's sharing control


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NYXImagesKit

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This is a project for iOS which regroups a collection of useful UIImage categories to handle operations such as filtering, blurring, enhancing, masking, reflecting, resizing, rotating, saving. There is also a subclass of UIImageView to load an image asynchronously from a URL and display it as it is downloaded.


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Open Source iOS Control For Easily Creating Animated Iconized Grid Menus

I've mentioned some interesting open source iOS menu controls - most recently a slide out menu with great animations inspired by the Sparrow Mail app, and an open source control allowing you to eas...

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Squrl Updates iOS Apps To Simplify Video Discovery With Better ... - TechCrunch

Squrl Updates iOS Apps To Simplify Video Discovery With Better ... - TechCrunch | Mobile Development | Scoop.it
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There is no shortage of apps on the market to help users find new, interesting videos to watch and enjoy.
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An App’s Development Secrets Revealed, Part 1

An App’s Development Secrets Revealed, Part 1 | Mobile Development | Scoop.it

Carla Engelbrecht Fisher, Ed.D:  "I've frequently lamented how hard it is to find out the story behind games, the failures and successes. The sales and marketing strategies. Even the cost."


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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, June 17, 2013 11:29 PM

Some very good, basic information ...oh, and cats with mustaches. LOL

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Object Subscripting

Xcode 4.4 quietly introduced a syntactic revolution to Objective-C. Like all revolutions, however, its origins and agitators require some effort to trace: Xcode 4.4 shipped with Apple LLVM Compiler 4.0, which incorporated changes effective in the ...

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This Week in Android Development June 17th 2013

What's happening this week in the world of Android Development. Google I/O Android Session recordings - goo.gl/1NiOL Android Developer Tools Community - goo.... (This Week in Android Development is back!
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