iOS

Cocopods

Needs a higher version of ruby. So remember to switch to the correct version using rvm

rvm 2.3.3
pod init
vi Podfile
pod install
pod update

Swift Playground

// For best results, don’t forget to select “Show Rendered Markup” from XCode’s “Editor” menu

How to set device to different locales

On device Settings > General > International

Tools

Image compression
Network latency

Design sizes

https://designcode.io/iosdesign-guidelines
http://ivomynttinen.com/blog/the-ios-7-design-cheat-sheet

Misc

NSLog(@"%s #%d: Error fetching access token with error:%@", __FILE__, __LINE__, error);
NSLog(@"%@", @(__FUNCTION__));

Speed up build by putting this is ~/.bashrc

export USE_CCACHE=1

Playgrounds not working

File -> Close "Name.playground"
File -> Close Playground
Quit Xcode
Re-open Xcode
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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jody
    Oct 10, 2012 @ 23:26:44

    Something that always bothered me about Apple’s APIs, or at least examples of their usage, is the messyness of implementation. Is it lack of OO design?

    i.e. The table view delegate from above implements the cellForRowAtIndex, and this one method is responsible for dequeueing or creating a cell (factory) as well as populating it (builder/strategy?)

    Reply

    • JR
      Oct 11, 2012 @ 19:12:48

      I’ve heard arguments both ways.

      Some people I know love the API. They think it’s one of the most mature, stable platforms they’ve ever worked on.

      Others have thoughts similar to you. They think certain abstractions leak responsibility and are messy from an OO point-of-view.

      I personally like the API. But I would be the first to agree it isn’t perfect (the ALAssetLibrary I find particularly cumbersom).

      Thanks for the comment Jody.

      Reply

  2. rob v
    Jan 03, 2013 @ 02:24:51

    some of your examples would be great to add into the code snippets library in the XCode inspector panel as user snippet, even if temporarily, until they become familiar. thanks for posting

    Reply

  3. chandresh maurya
    Jun 11, 2014 @ 17:24:17

    how to use nsmutablearray to add multiple images in a single use of cell

    Reply

  4. chandresh maurya
    Jun 11, 2014 @ 17:25:26

    how to use Ns mutable array to add multiple images in a single row of cell for ios

    Reply

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