Grammanizer

Travis Buttaccio Tutorials

Introduction With a WrappingButtonView, some UIButtons and the Natural Language Framework we were able to create a simple and highly addictive game to test a user’s knowledge of the different parts of speech (Wiki). This could be a game for 4th or 5th graders… or just for anyone wanting a refresher on language constructs. The name of the game? Grammanizer. …

3 Levels of Prototyping and When to Use Them

Andrew Acree Uncategorized

Prototypes are created to save time, communicate more effectively and focus on how the product will actually work. Prototypes are often created early in the development process and are used for user testing or are better developed through code to understand the feasibility of a technology. Both are extremely important parts of the product development process. They help with the …

Elegant Custom UIViewController Transitions

Tim Moose Tutorials Leave a Comment

If you’ve ever implemented a custom view controller transition by adopting UIViewControllerTransitioningDelegate and UIViewControllerContextTransitioning in your view controller, you may have found that the result added unwelcome clutter to your view controller and wasn’t very reusable. This tutorial will show you how to build a reusable, standalone view controller transition by subclassing UIStoryboardSegue. You’ll see how the segue conveniently integrates …

Building Better iOS App Animations

Nathan Gitter Tutorials

Animations are key to a quality user experience. They serve a wide variety of purposes, including directing user attention and connecting user actions to results on screen. Animations make the experience of your app unique — they can enable a level of responsiveness and interactivity not possible in other mediums. To build better animations, they need to convey an improved …