Ars Technica - Nathan Mattise
Sweet spot is 8px-12px, but you can tell the difference between I and 1 at 6px. The days of coders being shackled to Monaco or Courier New ends now. …
Cult of Mac - John Brownlee
Maybe it’s just me, but Finder is one of the default Mac apps I find most annoying. Even though Apple introduced tabs to the default experience a few years ago, Finder still makes it harder than it should
tutsplus.com - Bart Jacobs
Even though storyboards have been around since iOS 5, many developers are reluctant to use them in their projects. A typical remark is that …
tutsplus.com - Jordan Morgan
Like every iteration of iOS, iOS 9 brings forth a lot of new features. UIKit changes with every release of iOS, but one particular addition in iOS 9 …
IntroductionI think very few ASP.NET developers realise that the ASP.NET authentication providers and ASP.NET Identity really have nothing to with …
krzyzanowskim.com - Marcin Krzyżanowski
assertion - a confident and forceful statement of fact or belief. Something declared or stated positively, often with no support or attempt at …
mariusschulz.com - Marius Schulz
I'm currently working on an iPad application which uses a custom calendar control to display a lot of appointments. Similar to Apple's own calendar …
In the first article of Swift From Scratch, you learned about Xcode playgrounds and wrote your first lines of Swift. In this article, we'll start …
In this tutorial you’ll learn all about storyboards, scenes, prototype cells and overriding default behavior with subclasses.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about storyboards, segues, static cells and a handy new item called storyboard references.
In 2014, Apple took the developer community by surprise with the introduction of Swift, a brand new programming language. Swift has come a long way, …
Update note: Cosmin Pupăză updated this tutorial for Xcode 10, iOS 12 and Swift 5. Eli Ganem wrote the original. A common task for iOS apps is to save …
Engadget - Mariella Moon
DARPA is funding a new project by Rice University called PLINY, and it's neither a killer robot nor a high-tech weapon. PLINY, named after Pliny the Elder who wrote one of the earliest encyclopedias ever,
CNET - by Tim Stevens
Is a Bluetooth speaker that's always listening creepy? And how much would you pay for Office mobile apps? We'll address those questions and more in this look back at the week in tech.