Learning Auto Layout for iOS, tvOS, and OS X

Learning Auto Layout for iOS, tvOS, and OS X

With the release of the iPhone SE and the iPad Pro, along with the expectation that iPad apps will include support for slide over and split screen mode it’s now clear that Auto Layout is here to stay. If you’re not already developing apps using Auto Layout and Size Classes now is a great time to learn more about them and prepare yourself for any updates to the APIs that Apple introduces at WWDC in June.
Fortunately there’s a lot of great resources to quickly get up to speed and learn the best way to support a variety of devices and size classes in your next app.

2014 Review: Day 3

As 2014 winds down, we’ll take an opportunity to look back at some of our most-read posts from this year, in case you missed them the first time.      Steve Huey took us on a quick tour of a key/value store for iOS that’s built on top of the ubiquitous...

Realm – A New Mobile Database

A new mobile database for iOS (Android support coming soon) launched earlier this week called Realm. Given that up to this point your options were SQLite or something built on top of SQLite like Core Data or YapDatabase, it’s kind of a big deal. SQLite is great,...