The number of ways that you can display a Twitter feed in your app is only limited by your imagination. In this article we will demonstrate how you can implement a flipping view which displays the tweets inside your app.
The consistent look and feel of the app is one of the main factors of the success of the application. The iOS 5 framework introduced the UIAppearance API which enabled the user to customize the appearance of the complete application. UIAppearance solves most of the issues but it still is quite cumbersome to express the required style changes. NUI enables the developers to express the styles in a CSS like format. In this article we are going to demonstrate how to use NUI in your own project.
I developed my first iPhone game, ABC Pop in just 7 days. Although it is a very simple game to develop but I had no prior Mac, iOS or Cocos2d experience and that made it more challenging. The lessons I learned in those 7 days formed the basis for my new games and helped me understand the language and framework much better. Now you can become part of something fun and awesome! One game a month brings the challenge to you.
Unicode characters can be used to display all sort of symbols. There are scenarios where those symbolic representations prove to be essential for an application. In this article we will take a look at different scenarios where Unicode symbols can benefit the application.
Unless you have been living under a rock or not following me on Twitter, you should be aware of the fact that I released an iPhone app called Vegetable Tree - Gardening Guide. Unlike my other apps this was a reference app for vegetable gardening which I am also passionate about. During the design and implementation phase I took several hard decisions and this post explains some of those decisions.
Time and again I receive emails from people who are interested in hiring me for their iOS projects. The most traffic comes from the fact that I run a quite popular Youtube channel called AzamSharp. One thing to note about these emails is that it is loaded with the word, Simple. Most of the emails starts with I need a simple app and my favorite This should be very simple.