Creating Image Resources for iOS Apps

Looking around the web you’ve probably noticed that great images can make the difference between an amateurish website and a professionally crafted one. The same goes for iOS apps. In both cases, image quality never makes up for bad design and usability, but carefully created images can really add polish. A problem is that high-end […]
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Good Things About Core Location

I posted last week about some of the new features in the much-maligned Apple Maps that will benefit map-related apps (once Apple get their data fixed). This week I want to turn my attention to Core Location, because this also has some great new features in iOS 6. Location Accuracy The Core Location framework has […]
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Top 10 Developer Features in iOS 6

The new features of iOS 6 from a user’s point of view are well documented and well reviewed so I don’t intend to go over the same ground here. Having spent a large part of the last couple of weeks watching WWDC 2012 videos and playing with some of the new features, this is my […]
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Good Things About Apple Maps

The new maps in iOS 6 have attracted a lot of criticism, mainly about the detail of the cartography, the accuracy of the data and the disappearance of a street view. I’ve had a chance to experiment with the new Map Kit and Location Services APIs this week and I’ve found that, despite all the […]
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Pull to Refresh

Pull to refresh has become a classic, almost cliched, way of initiating a refresh operation in an iOS app. Originally part of the Tweetie app that ultimately became Twitter’s official iOS presence, pull to refresh was such a neat, intuitive and unobtrusive way of triggering a refresh that iOS developers clamoured to find out how […]
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