A guide to help you get started on making an iOS app that seamlessly combines the visual punch of SpriteKit with the practicality of UIKit.Read more
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Part three of a three-part tutorial on building a material design prototype. This section focuses on adding more detail to the prototype in Pixate.Read more
Part two of a three-part tutorial on building a material design prototype. This section focuses on creating a interactive login screen in Pixate.Read more
What is an SVG? A scaleable vector graphic, or an SVG as they are more commonly known, is a single/series of basic shape elements. In layman’s terms it’s a type of image format, like JPG, PNG and GIF.Read more
Part one of a three-part tutorial on building a material design prototype. This section focuses on creating a simple login page using Sketch.Read more
A guide on how to play YouTube videos in your Android application and the different ways you can play them. This includes sample application and full source code.Read more
This Valentine's Brought To You By After Effects
A tutorial that details how to use Adobe After Effects and Adobe Photoshop to create and export a short animated Valentine GIFRead more
Who is HAL?
API First is a leading project methodolgy aimed at saving time and money by determining what your system can do and how it shares its data first meaning new and existing products can quickly connect to your system. Using API first and HAL we look at how to simplify and standardise sharing data around your digital strategyRead more
Language Changer: in-app language selection in iOS
Many apps on the iOS app store have the ability to change the language independently of the language setting of the device, but this is not catered for in the standard iOS localisation features. Carry on reading to find out how to change the language of your app independently of the device setting.Read more
RowAdapter - Android Adapters Made Simple
RowAdapter is an Open Source Library to simplify writing code for adapters. It aims to provide a bridge between the old and the new, an "Adapter of Adapters". It provides a common API to work with the various Adapter implementations. It also provides further encapsulation by handling View Types meaning that your Adapter Code can be reused in one or many different adapters without the need to worry about View Type Counts.Read more