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...

MyMoodTracker for iPad – Now Available

I’m pleased to announce that after many months of hard work, the iPad edition of MyMoodTracker is now available. The app feels great on the larger screen, and should allow for some interesting and useful insights into one’s mental health. For those who are...

Developing with a Magic Trackpad

As I don’t own a laptop, I’ve always felt that by using a mouse that I was missing out on some of the nice touch features of OS X. The Magic Trackpad is the obvious solution, but I was never able to get over  that sceptical feeling of how well it would...

Quit Checking Your Email!

Being a freelancer, I’m always on the lookout for things which can help to improve my workflow. One source of productivity tips is the Back To Work podcast with Merlin Mann. For those who don’t know him, Merlin is what I’d call a productivity...

An Interview with Beginning iOS Dev

I was recently asked by Beginning iOS Development if I would like to take part in an interview, which sounded like fun to me. We discussed a range of things, including marketing, designs, my background, and development life in general. I’m really happy with how...

Freelance or In-House?

I’ve been calling myself an iOS developer for a bit over 3 years now, and during that time I’ve released quite a number of apps on to the App Store. Some of these have been in-house apps that I’ve developed for myself, and some have been...
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