A better way to create attributed strings. Contribute to Slash development by creating an account on GitHub.
Bertie Liu's insight:
<h1>Slash</h1> Slash is a <strong>simple</strong>, <strong>extensible</strong> markup language that simplifies the creation of NSAttributedStrings. The language is similar in appearance to HTML, however the meaning of each tag is user-defined.
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.
If you're wondering why its been a bit quiet around here of late, its because I've been hard at work on my first iPad application, a client for 37 SignalsCampfire. I'll be talking about that more in another blog post but today I want to focus on something else: OAuth2.
I was invited by 37 Signals' Jeremy Kemper to try out their in-progress Launchpad + OAuth2 integration platform. I was happy to: the resulting integration would mean a more secure and streamlined experience for my app's users. Instead of having to add all of their individual Campfire accounts one at a time, they could simply sign in with their 37 Signals identity once and have all of the accounts associated with their ID imported into the app in one go.
AFDownloadManager - A wrapper of multiple and background download with AFNetworking.
Bertie Liu's insight:
Actually this project is simple a wrapper of AFNetworking, and forked from Peter Steinberger's AFDownloadRequestOperation. I have a strong feeling there must be someone out there has already done a great job in multi, resumable, background-task supported, large file downloading. Yet I just write this to see how far I can make it.
For a recent project I needed to refactor a primary view within our iPad app, so I decided to learn the ins and outs of UICollectionView (introduced in iOS 6) and I thought it would make for a good tutorial to share
Creating a responsive user interface is one of the most important considerations for a mobile developer, and the smooth scrolling and quick responsiveness of iOS has been one of its hallmarks since day 1.
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