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App of the Week: Albumatic

by Aaron Brethorst | August 24, 2013

Albumatic
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Weekly Roundup

by Aaron Brethorst | August 17, 2013

Welcome to our weekly roundup! We have a ton of great controls and links for your reading pleasure today, but I want to highlight one link that I thought was particularly interesting. Last week, I read about a new Kickstarter project for GNUStep, a project that's been around since 1998, which offers LGPL-licensed reimplementations of Apple's core OS X frameworks, up to the 10.5 APIs. Gregory Casamento, one of the key p...


Control of the Week: ICETutorial

by Aaron Brethorst | August 17, 2013

ICETutorial

This small project is ...


Weekly Roundup

by Aaron Brethorst | August 10, 2013

I've been spending a lot of time lately watching WWDC 2013 session videos and working with new frameworks and APIs in iOS 7, like [redacted], and I'm realizing just how big a deal iOS 7 really will be in terms of the capabilities of the platform and the depth and breadth of apps you'll be seeing appear over the next couple years.

And I'm not even talking about Apple's seemingly inevitable destruction of the classic video game console space, either! That's another fascinating arena: I...


Control of the Week: RETableViewManager

by Aaron Brethorst | August 10, 2013

RETableViewManager

Weekly Roundup

by Aaron Brethorst | August 05, 2013

Hello, and welcome our weekly roundup! If you haven’t been to the Apple Developer Center lately, you should go take a peek.

Meanwhile, I’m very excited to see that Kathy Sierra is blogging and tweeting again. If you’re not familiar with her, you owe it to yourself to a) follow her on Twitter, b) subscribe to her blog, and c)


Control of the Week: IDMPhotoBrowser

by Aaron Brethorst | August 03, 2013




IDMPhotoBrowser
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Weekly Roundup

by Aaron Brethorst | July 27, 2013

Welcome to our weekly roundup! When Apple introduced Auto Layout in iOS 6, I put it through its paces and quickly decided it was too much of a pain to struggle with, especially given that it would prevent me from shipping the apps in question on iOS 5. (harder to use, can’t produce layouts that look good, won’t work on older operating systems…Umm, pass.) But, circumstances change, and I would very strongly recommend to anyone building iOS apps today to adopt ...


App of the Week: Hackers

by Aaron Brethorst | July 27, 2013




Hackers

Control of the Week: Masonry

by Aaron Brethorst | July 27, 2013




Masonry