In programming, what differentiates a good developer from a great developer is the way each one takes advantage of the programming tools he or she offered by the used language. Objective-C, the official language for developing applications for iPhone, iPad and Mac OS, is a multi-featured one, and as a relative to C, very powerful. […]
iOS 7 brings along new rules and new Human Interface Guidelines (HIG) that should be followed by all developers. One of those guidelines regarding the all brand-new look and feel, highlights the fact that an application’s interface should not compete with the content, nor distracting users from it, but supporting it in the best possible […]
Last updated on January 31st, 2014One of the most well-known and most used feature of iPhone devices to all users, developers or not, is the Address Book. For those who use a lot the device as a phone (rather than a mobile mini computer), all important and vital information they need exist in their contacts. […]
Last updated on June 4th, 2020 One of the new features that the AVFoundation incorporates in iOS 7, is the ability to discover and read bar codes in real-time, and one of the supported bar code types that we especially interested in at this tutorial, is the QR Code. Read my new tutorial on Appcoda!
iOS 7 brings a wealth of new features that set it apart from all other mobile operating systems. Both major additions and minor improvements have been made, offering developers new or updated frameworks and APIs to work with, and the opportunity to provide single users with a much richer experience. The AVFoundation framework is just […]