This is the second post in a series paying homage to those developers whom make great iOS code and release it open source. I’ll join you soon! I recently built a b2b app that required use of a easy-to-use calendar, and I didn’t want to go down the route of creating events with EKEventKit and..
Its been a while since I posted anything, I’ve just been head down butt up piecing together projects and scoping out new ones. You never stop learning in this field so its about time I started sharing knowledge again. I build a lot of data centric apps, and although iOS makes it easy to create..
Taking a step back, I thought I’d post up a brief overview article for those that are looking to get into iOS development. First off, its desirable that you have some kind of coding experience. If you have worked with Objective C then there will be an easy transition. The next best bet would be..
Ok let me clear something up first: From a UI perspective, there is little to no need to animate from a tab bar item to another tab bar item. The expectancy from the user when they click a tab bar item is that they will be immediately presented with the content associated with the tab..
iOS comes with a bunch of animations that can help turn a plain app into an app that feels high quality and polished with just a few lines. During this tutorial I will attempt to show how to transition from one view to another using a page-turn style animation (similar to where you look at..