Usability and user experience is key to a successful app, so narrowing the taps a user needs to do to get from point a to point b is crucial. One of the areas where a users often needs to make a lot of taps is on signup forms; this, however, has been tackled different ways by many apps. Today the use of social login, before apps used the address book (e.g. the square app).
Posted in Cocoa Touch
, Free stuff
Tagged with: contact
So, here’s the deal. I am Dutch (yes, with capital D!) and I live in Sweden. Even though I do not live in the Netherlands, I still wish to hear dutch music. Most of the music is online available, however there are a few artists that have not really reached 2014 yet…. or better yet, 2010+. For my case, Gers Pardoel is such an artist. I blame it on the artist, but I must confess that I have little knowledge on how the music industry works; it might just as well be the label, Top Notch. Contacting them about it… well lets face it… they don’t care; I have tried.
Posted in Development
Tagged with: Apple
The vacations started and I have a little extra time. So I decided to updated my WP-blog, and so I have done.
I chose a more responsive theme, and altered it just a little bit. Nothing to fancy though. Main goal is to have it clean and simple and most of all, responsive.
This subject is something that really interests me, its an awesome technology that has many prospects for the future. So, Of course I would like to know how it works.
Before you continue reading, I would like you to know that the information written below is for education purpose only. Using the things explained below (for what ever reason) might (most likely) be breaking the Swedish law (since the volvo on call server is located in Göteborg (Gothenburg)). Contacting and use data from the Volvo on call API might be seen as data trespassing, which Sweden has a law against (Describes as “Dataintrång” defined as crime in 4 chapter 9 § of the crime code (brottsbalken)).
Posted in Charles
Tagged with: apache
, Cool stuff
, volvo on call
Closing an UIPopoverController from the subview, wether it is a UINavigationController any other type of controller can be a little bit of an hassle. I had this problem today and figured it out quickly. I thought of sharing this solution here.
The solution itself is quite simple. The ViewController creating the UIPopoverController is being reused to close it as well. This means that the UIPopoverController needs to be an accessible variable throughout that class.
So, how do we close it? well, this is how: