NSAttributedString is a great addition to the iOS SDK. Since the release of iOS 6, we are able to use NSAttributedString with UIKit, assigning it to UILabels and UITextViews. Here is the code for creating this NSAttributedString: “(middleContent)” (with […]
There are some people who believe this myth that you don’t need to worry about managing memory while writing Android applications. It’s a self-contained Java environment, right? What’s the worst that could happen?
Like most people, I think strictly in constraints and have made autoresizing masks a thing of the past. Discovering the joy of auto layout with the introduction of Xcode 5 has been amazing, but I’ve found there are still a few common tasks auto layout couldn’t solve.
UICollectionView has been called “the new UITableView“, which is not much of an exaggeration. The incredible flexibility of collection views for displaying and facilitating interaction with a collection of data items makes it one of the most valuable tools in the UIKit toolbox for iOS 6 and above.