So you want to have a view controller with some content, where the content height may be larger than the screen size? Naturally, you want to be able to put this into a UIScrollView and give the user the ability to scroll through this content if it is too large. This is a task I
Adding an oAuth implementation into your ReSTful API is an essential method of authenticating requests between your client apps and your API. Adding a ReSTful API for our iOS and Android apps allows us to centralize data to a cloud server, allowing us to share share amongst different users, clients and even platforms. By implementing
https://github.com/qonceptual/QJsonable QJsonable Summary In our ReSTful API world, we are constantly passing JSON objects to our api and receiving them back. Constantly serializating these objects to and from json string and dictionaries can be cumbersome and can make your model classes and data services start to fill up with boiler plate parsing code. To solve
https://github.com/logansease/SeaseAssist Summary Info This library is founded on the basis that commonly performed tasks, which take several lines of code to write should be encompased into simple methods, either using class extensions or services, that can be written in a single line of code. Thus reducing code redundancy and increasing code readibility. In this package
Apple recently rolled out its new implementation of Test Flight. For users who are used to the previous version of Test Flight, the process may be a bit confusing. The new version of Test Flight, however, is meant to go more hand in hand with the existing app store submission process. Here is a quick
Container Views are ssweet! They are great and easy way to embed an existing view controller inside of another view controller while keeping everything clean, in a story board and avoiding code duplication. All you need to do is: – drag a container view into your view controllers view in your storyboard – Xcode will
(in ViewDidLoad) and if you want to add a toolbar with a done button… just add this!
The class can encapsulate all the transitioning animations for you navigation controller based app and leave the animation logic out of the view controllers them selves. You can write custom animations and transitions between specific view controllers. 1- First in our root view controller, we need to tell our navigation controller to use our new
Here is a good example of neat looking custom, animated transition in iOS 7 that allows us to animate specific objects from one view to transition into the next view. It took me a little bit to find the best way to do this, but it isn’t too tough!
This took me a while to figure out, but it’s really simple. To get a domain (managed by godaddy) working properly with an app hosted at heroku, simply do the following: 1- add the domain to your app settings in heroic. Specifically, add the www.yourdomain.com version of your domain. 2- Go to your godaddy DNS