Simplifying Ad-Hoc Distribution

As an iOS freelancer, I work with many different clients every day, who all have their own processes and workflows. Distributing ad-hoc builds is just a small part of developing an app, but it’s usually the first experience a client will have with your work, so it’s...

Pretty Pie Charts with XYPieChart

XYPieChart is a simple to use, great looking component for drawing pie charts in iOS apps. I recently needed a pie chart for an app I’m working on, and I can honestly say this was one of the nicest experiences I’ve ever had with a 3rd party component. This...

Are you using Parse yet?

As an iOS developer who finds creating databases and web services incredibly boring, Parse has always sounded very attractive. For those who don’t know, Parse provides a way for developers to store data in the cloud. They offer a number of other services as...

Photo Academy for iPad – Now Available

I’m very pleased to announce that after more than a year of development, the iPad edition of Photo Academy is now available. For those who are new to Photo Academy, the aim of the app is to help anyone who owns a camera to take better photos. Photo Academy for...

Scheduling Your Work Day

Ever since becoming someone who works from home, one of the things I’ve struggled with is keeping my focus on what I’m doing, and not being distracted by incoming work. I often find myself checking my email, receiving an email from a client who needs...

Rotating a Paged UIScrollView

Adding rotation to your app is one of those things that users often expect, but which can really bump up the complexity of development. In most cases autosizing your content works nicely, but it’s not unusual to run into things that just don’t behave quite...
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