Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference is just around the corner. It kicks off Monday, June 13th at 10AM with a keynote. The tech industry is buzzing with rumors about potential upgrades to the hardware and software that Apple so fastidiously builds. This means that, here at Raizlabs, we’re getting excited for the announcements to come. […]
It’s always a good idea to give your users context: at a glance, they should be able to figure out where they are, how they got there, and how to get back where they were before. One subtle but important way to give these cues is with animated deselection. If you’d like, download the sample […]
If you encounter a company where the culture has happy people who respect one another and treat each other well, it is likely that they have a good feedback process. It is an additional step in the daily life of an organization and, when done well, can provide the backbone for transparent communications and healthy […]
Expectations of quality for design and development have increased while attention spans have appeared to decrease in recent years. As the trend continues, it becomes more and more difficult to ask users to invest their limited time and energy into the experiences we work so hard to build for them. Curious about whether to […]
Swift extension is a programming language that developers love to use. Learn more about new Swift extensions, Swift userdefaults and Swift best practices. See real examples of Swift extension properties and, find Swift extension tricks for getting the best results.
How does the construction industry manage scale on a per project basis? Is there an easy way to obtain new equipment, then reduce assets on hand when not in use or no longer needed? Our client came to us to solve precisely this problem, with the goal of creating a two-sided marketplace that enables efficient […]
Wrong assumptions are the bane of every programmer’s existence. Oh, you thought that number was always going to be non-zero? Guess again. What’s that? You never expected that conditional to fail? It just did. You expected that Core Data query to always return exactly one item? Why would you assume that? A great way to […]