This set was played in the woods in Lake County, CA. It was a little party with a cool crew.
Here is some deep house and electro swing. This set is from Mist in San Francisco for Adobe’s 30th anniversary. Sorry, no playlist.
Developing for iOS has been a blast thus far; its a nice break from Flex and Air. The syntax was a serious hurtle at first but thankfully I am over that now. It is not uncommon for me to receive designs that contain several layers just to pull off a header bar or button skin. That was the case last week when I received a design that had a header bar that was made up of two parts. A background that had an alpha and an additional layer that was an gradient with transparency. I searched far and wide but couldn’t find any iOS examples of gradients with transparency. The lack of examples and my relatively fresh knowledge of Obj-C lead me to creating my own class.
You can see examples and more explanation in the Full article… link below.
As you know, when working on iOS apps, you spend a considerable amount of time in the simulator. If your project deals with the Cameral Roll, you will find that the simulator doesn’t have any images in it. In the past I have done all my development on a device. This was slow and inefficient. I wrote a simple little app to populate the Camera Roll of the iPhone and iPad simulators.
There are complete instructions in the Full article… link below.
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If you are like me, you are getting tired of using System Font and System Font Bold in your iOS apps. The other day I saw the familyNames field on the UIFont class. It returns an NSArray so I decided to dump the contents to the terminal. Click ‘Full Article…’ to see the complete list. I was really happy to see Helvetica Neue in the lineup.
myLabel = [UILabel new];
myLabel.frame = CGRectMake(0,0, 300, 100);
myLabel.font = [UIFont fontWithName:@"Baskerville" size:12];