This version brings:
• Badge count. You can now set the badge on the app icon for the number of events, as follows: tomorrow, within two weeks, within a month, all and none.
• Finally fixed all the bugs preventing the keyboard to hide on the iPad.
• Fixed a bug I introduced in last version where the keyboard would sometimes not hide on the iPhone.
• Changed the name in the App Store.
• Minor overall tweaks.
This version brings:
Moved my blog here. Closed
blog.rolandleth.com. Moved my work to
rolandleth.com/work. Result: more organized, easier to maintain, but, most importantly, easier for everyone to interact with everything.
Awesome app for previewing app icons directly on your device. Easy, seamless integration with your Mac: drag and drop an image to the menubar icon, and, bam, it's on the device. The Mac companion app is free and can be found on the Mac App Store here.
The only caveat is that you can only preview one icon at a time. I ==really== hope they will add the possibility to add several icons (grid or even scroll based) so you can be able to compare several iterations at once.
I know this isn't new anymore, but I just wanted to share (and bookmark);
it's worth it.
Finally submitted Carminder. Can't wait for it to go live!
Wow. This has to be one of the prettiest free templates to showcase
your iPhone app.
From Tympanus.net. ==Thanks, Mary Lou!==
I need to bookmark this. And so should you.
There's this framework called Search Kit, which despite being insanely powerful and useful for finding information, is something that almost no one has ever heard of.
Damn, this is pretty nice. Add particle effects to UIKit, just like in Cocos2D: create them with UIEffectDesigner, then add them to your project with UIEffectDesignerView. Works for both iOS and Mac. Still in beta, but I haven't found any glitches so far.
It's as easy as:
#import "UIEffectDesignerView.h" ... UIEffectDesignerView* effectView = [UIEffectDesignerView effectWithFile:@"name_of_your_choice.ped"]; [self.view addSubview:effectView];
Whoa. Timepiece, a symbol font that displays numeric time with analog face: http://t.co/km3N0rbhyd (thx @fchimero).
This is going to be ==awesome==.