Paging With Collection Views (Part 2)

In last week’s post, I showed how a collection view with paging enabled and cells sized to fill the collection view’s bounds makes for an easy implementation of a paged user interface. In this week’s post we’ll complete the example by adding a page control as seen on apps like the standard iOS Weather app. […]
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Paging With Collection Views (Part 1)

Since finalising the iOS 6 changes for Learning Tree’s Building iPhone® and iPad® Applications: Extended Features course, I’ve been taking the opportunity to do something different (!) and experiment with the new collection view. It’s fast becoming one of my favourite iOS controls! When I first read the description and tried it on the iOS […]
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Storyboards in iPhone and iPad Programming

Something very interesting caught my eye regarding storyboards this week. No, not an Android developer singing their praises (although that is newsworthy in itself!). I was thinking more of a statistic that was slipped quietly into the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote address: specifically that 80% of iOS devices are now running iOS 5.0 […]
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New iPhone in the Pipeline?

Rumours continued to strengthen this week that Apple are having 4″ (~10cm) screens manufactured for a new generation of iPhone. Current iPhone displays measure 3.5″ (~9cm) across the diagonal. Apple and rumours go together like salt and pepper of course (and many of them can be taken with a pinch of the former) but reports […]
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