When using images in your iOS applications, you will need to have different sizes images.
I recently ran into an interesting issue that I thought I would write about.
How many times do you declare the same string for a segue identifier in your view controller's code? Perhaps just one, or twice, or more?
When developing an application I want to be able to set a variable based on the target.
Objective-C is a great programming language, and has had support for declaring class properties via the @property keyword.
In iOS 5 Apple deprecated the [UIDevice uniqueIdentier], which returned the UDID (Unique Device Identifier).
I have prepared a tutorial and presentation to give an overview and detailed look at the LESS programming language.
With the release of Apple's updates to the LLVM compiler, it is now possible to use object literal notation in Objective-C.
The UIToolbar class provides a simple and easy way to create a toolbar for your users.
RestKit is a great REST framework for Objective-C whose goal is to simplify consuming and modeling of RESTful APIs.
Core Data is a beautifully designed object mapping and persistence framework -- big kudos to the Apple engineers.
NSUserDefaults is the Objective-C class that allows you to store and retrieve user preferences for your application.
It's been on my list for awhile, and I was finally able to learn more about the LESS language.
I have a subquery that I want to aggregate into a semi-colon separated list.