Silly new app has been submitted to Apple’s App Store for review. I’ll tell you about it in a few days.
I’m going to jump right into this contentious issue. There has been a lot written about using dot notation in Objective-C. Before we get into the arguments, let me first show you something from some actual code I’m working on right now: “Normal” bracket notation Objective-C: [fetchRequest setSortDescriptors:[NSArray arrayWithObject:sort]]; Dot notation Objective-C 2.0: fetchRequest.sortDescriptors = … Continue reading Dot Notation in Objective-C
Working on a new/old project. Thought I would wrap my UIPickerView customizations into a self-contained class. Here it is. I’ve improved UIPickerView by adding in presentation and interaction functionality that it should frankly have had from the beginning. Here’s what it does: 1.) Added a (void)show and (void)hide method. This makes the pickerView pop up … Continue reading A better UIPickerView
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
Look what else we’re doing:
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.