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Select, Search, Delete in UITableView with powerful ViewController

The Requirement: Very often, you have a need to: display some records to the user from originating screen (view controller) have user select one / many of them and return to your original screen have user search through them by

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iOS app design blog: how to fix XCode Autolayout errors and warnings

iOS Autolayout is a groundbreaking feature that has been around since iOS 6.0. Yet, there are apprehensions in developers against using autolayout. These concerns usually stem from 3 facts: Late adoption of Autolayout: Most developers realize it quite late their

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iOS app design blog: Customizing table view layout

When it comes to iOS app design, there have been quite some posts on good graphics. Importance of great UX can never be overstated. But fewer times there is open discussion on basic methods in making UI attractive. There are

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iOS app Design Blog: How to load images asynchronously inside UITableView

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iOS app Design Blog – How to get JSON data from REST API?

UPDATE: Many readers, while appreciating the need for the tutorial, made me aware that NSURLConnection has aged enough since iOS 9. While I agree, this is not quite the case yet. NSURLSession is a great grand umbrella under which everything

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iOS app Design Blog: Observer vs Delegate Design Patterns

Observers and Delegates are famous design patterns. And they are most easy to be confused about. This article explains basics of Observers vs Delegates. While writing iOS apps, a good dev always follow design pattern. The reason many devs won’t

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Museum Tours 5.0 is out – on the app store!

Compatible with the newer iOS, offering so much on the platter – Museum Tours –┬áit’s officially out! With this version, Museum Tours officially targets homeschooling audiences and teachers alike. With as many as six most important Museum collections, including Science

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iOS 8 – is it the end of an era for indie mavericks?

iOS 8 – It’s out, officially. And things are never the same. Indie iOS Dev – the long time victim: Indie iOS developers find themselves at the crossroads of something radical. While I don’t go far to conclude things are

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