Tag: iOS

Why Objective-C is Hard to Learn

Why Objective-C is Hard to Learn. I echo much of what the author describes here. I’ve mentioned before that I’d love to have written an iOS app by now but haven’t. I’ve attempted to begin teaching myself Objective-C at least a few times but always get hung up on the syntax. That snowballs into my […]

Posted: December 03, 2012

iOS Beginner blog series by Kent Nguyen

iOS Beginner blog series by Kent Nguyen, developer of Denso App. I’ve been building websites for a long time. I’ve been programming for some time as well, but mostly to facilitate my Web development. Naturally I took the obligatory Java and C++ courses in college, but you only cover the basics there. All that to […]

Posted: January 17, 2012

New Mobile Safari stuff in iOS5

New Mobile Safari stuff in iOS5: position:fixed, overflow:scroll, new input type support, web workers, ECMAScript 5 | David B. Calhoun – Developer Blog. All of you (us) Apple fans were super excited about the software that got announced yesterday, but a perhaps bigger issue to keep in mind is: how is this going to effect […]

Posted: June 07, 2011

Design Then Code

Design Then Code ~ iPhone & iPad Interface Design Tutorials. I’ve been a proponent of mastering your niche since discovering that specialists are few and far between in our industry. I completely sympathize with that fact because I write front end, I program, I use WordPress, I build databases, I’ve built apps, I plan, I […]

Posted: March 08, 2011