(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
This is something I have been struggling with since the earliest days of iOS and I have finally figured out how to do it easily, and correctly. 1- In a project that is using a story board, go to file -> New -> Objective-C class Create your new “CustomTableViewCell” Class and check the box that
I was recently interviewed by Serenity App Solutions for research in an upcoming book titled “Mobile App Growth Hacks’. If you are interested, here is the interview Michelle of Serenity App Solutions: How long have you been developing apps and how did you get started? Logan (Me): I have 17 apps on the store currently
Sometimes tracking down bugs can be a big pain. Often I am in a position where I simply cannot for the life of me duplicate a bug that a user is seeing on their system. When this occurs, you can help figure out the cause of their nasty bugs by having them pull the crash
After being live on the App Store for several years now and constantly monitoring my sales, it has become clear that there are certainly sales trends in the App Store. That is to say that there are particular times when you can expect a rise in sales / downloads and times when you can expect
I recently got an email about this new service Panabee.com and it is pretty awesome. Panabee is great because it helps you figure out how to name your products. It does this by basically inputting two words about your product that will be used as the main two keywords in your title. It then goes
UPDATE 6/28/13:It appears that Apple is doing something quite interesting. Apps that are not compiled with the new SDK will not contain the new UI changes. This is an interesting solution to the problems I outline below. Basically, if you do not update your apps, the UI won’t be updated and you won’t have compatibility