Still working on Part 2 of my Android development retrospective but I thought I would put this out here real quick. One of the smaller pain points in developing for Android was the SeekBar object. The SeekBar is a UI widget object that is roughly analogous to the UISlider in Cocoa Touch. The UISlider has … Continue reading A better SeekBar for Android
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I guess we didn’t have to wait that long! Lens•Lab for iOS has been bumped to version 1.1! We’re super excited about this release and hope you like it too!
Just submitted version 1.1 of Lens•Lab for iOS. If you’re following along you can look forward to these groovy features in a week or so! Lens•Lab, the world’s most advanced yet simple to use depth of field tool has been updated! Finally, after almost two long years. Wowsers! Here’s what’s new: • iPhone 5 … Continue reading Lens•Lab for iOS. Submitted, now we wait.
After wrapping up development on the Android version of Lens•Lab last night, I though I should sit down and write a retrospective of my experiences. I’ve been developing apps for iOS for a few years now. Before that I had *some* programming experience (creating desktop apps in VB.Net and C#) and really no formal education … Continue reading Android Development Retrospective, Part 1
Hey there! So, in addition to having a really awesome programming job with a really awesome company, I’ve also been learning the ins and outs of programming for Android devices. That means learning Java to a great extent, the Android frameworks and design patterns, and dealing with the massive diversity in hardware devices. The learnings … Continue reading Long time, no post. Oh, and here’s Lens•Lab for Android!