I’ve just pushed some code to GitHub to easily visualise an image upload in Objective-C. Hope it could help some of you out and save you some time! The class can be easily customised via various setters to change the radius, colors, etc.
You can find the code on GitHub. If you have any requests, put them in the issues panel. I’ve tested as many scenarios as I could, but if you find any bugs, please post them as well!
ps: don’t let the name mislead you, it isn’t really sexy. I just wanted to see the effect on clicks
A few weeks back I pushed some code to GitHub to easily create checkboxes in Objective-C, but there were some limitations to the class. I’ve now updated the class so you can work with checkbox groups, like TNRadioButtonGroup.
I just pushed some code to GitHub to easily create radio button groups in Objective-C.
I’ve created 3 classes for the most common radio buttons, but it’s really easy to extend the class with your own requirements. I’ve posted all the details on GitHub. When you toggle the radio button there is an animation. You can always override the animation method if you would like to do some other animations.
This class is no longer maintained…please check out TNCheckBoxGroup!
I just pushed some code to GitHub to create customisable checkboxes to use in your IOS projects.
As it happens with designers, you can’t always use the built-in UISwitch class. So I took the time to create a few classes which are pretty customisable to have checkboxes without all the hassle.
I’ve just released version 2.0 of the iCapital app, which is completely redesigned for iOS7.
iCapital was my guinea pig project to learn about Objective-C a few years ago, and since then I didn’t have the time to update it for iPhone 4 and 5.
With the arrival of iOS7 I’ve took the time to polish this baby up according to Apple’s new guidelines and look’n’feel! Hope you’ll enjoy learning about the world!
Download it now for only half a glass of beer (0.89 cents) in the App Store and if you have any requests, just post them in the comments!
For the upcoming release of iCapital 2.0 I needed a list of all the countries and capitals of the world in json format. I searched the web, but couldn’t find a proper solution until I found these lists on GitHub.
Sadly they only contained the countries of the world, so on a boring Sunday night, I’ve extended the list with all the capitals for those countries!
We’ve been working around the clock last month to push out a new version of ‘This is how I learn my ABC’.
By popular demand the app has now become an universal app, which means it will run on your iPad, but also on your iPhone now … for free :-)!
If you go to the App Store on your iPhone and you have purchased the iPad version you will see a ‘Buy’ button, but don’t worry, just purchase the app and Apple will show you a message which says ‘You have already purchased this application, this upgrade is for free’.
The app has been totally rewritten for iOS7 using Apple’s new gaming framework SpriteKit to get optimal performance and we’ve added new goodies as more sounds and animations. Game Center integration is also available so try to unlock all the achievements!
Go check it out on the App Store!
In the meanwhile we are working very hard on another big update which will fulfil the second biggest demand … the Dutch version! This will also come as a free update
Bart De Keyzer and I released our new iPad app this morning. This is how I learn my ABC is an educational app for kids to learn the alphabet in a playful way!
I hope you guys like it, you can visit the website here!
This afternoon Thomas Degry (one of my students, www.devine.be) asked how he could program the neat little effect they use in the National Parks iPad app made for National Geographic. If you want to see the effect yourself, I suggest you download the app to check it out. Just select one of the parcs and then tap on the stats or the weather button. You’ll see a nice transition in which the master view ‘steps’ into the background, while the new content is placed in front of it.
It took me a few minutes of tapping to see how the animation works, so here is how you can mimic the effect. Just play with CALayers and some transformations
Yesterday I had a very frustrating issue implementing CKEditor (an awesome open-source WYSIWYG editor) in a CakePHP 2.3.2 installation. I thought the issue had something to do with CakePHP … ow boy, was I wrong