Happy Tutorial Tuesday! Last week I had to create a keyboard extension for iOS that displays images and a search bar to be able to search for certain images. I looked up several tutorials, everything seemed straight forward… Until I started typing in the search and I couldn’t get the focus back on the the third party app (msg / or any other app). The nightmare began! Continue reading
In this tutorial we’ll review how to use Drupal 8 Restful Web Services. We’ll take you through viewing, creating, editing, and updating entities for your Drupal site. (Note: I am using Beta 14 version in this tutorial.)
As we all know, Apple has a few different devices out, and they tend to all have different screen sizes and screen dimensions. It can sometimes be difficult to create compelling and consistent user interfaces across all these devices. But Constraints make creating interfaces that work across all iOS devices easier than ever!
We’re stoked that our Oculus Rift development kit has finally arrived and we can begin exploring the possibilities of the VR machine. See what’s inside the box in the video or check out the pictures below. Continue reading
The HTML5 revolution has brought many useful tools and new APIs with it, but despite new features being implemented in modern browsers, many developers are still unaware of some of those gems. In this post we will take a look at 4 APIs that will help you build web applications more efficiently and offer better user experiences, especially on mobile. As you’ll see, support for these features is more widespread than you might think! Continue reading
Endless scrolling is a popular navigation tool these days. In a nutshell, it consists of loading the content of a page dynamically while the user scrolls to the bottom of the page. With this technology, the user doesn’t need to click on a button to access all of the content on a page, which, in most cases, is a better user experience. Continue reading
Arduino is a micro-controller to build mini-computers able to read informations from sensors (such as the brightness of a room or motion) and then control lights or motors in response. With this tool, we can develop interactive objects. Continue reading
Here’s a cool tool for iOS development. Nate Weiner of Idea Shower created ShareKit to help developers add sharing capabilities to apps with just 3 lines of code. You can customize the code for your needs, but the best part about ShareKit is that its completely free to use in any app under the MIT Open Source License.
Today we received our Leap Motion Controller, a new motion detection product that allows you to control your computer in three dimensions with just hands and fingers. We’re excited about the possibilities we can dream up with the product and even more excited about starting to build them!