Category Archives: Swift

What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Path4Code for Mac OS X

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – For the past three months, I’ve worked on several iOS apps for iPhone and iPad. Speaking of specific apps including Animal Me and Masked Man Or Woman, I had to create a lot of UIBezierPath path … Continue reading

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iOS & Swift – Creating a Custom Progress Wheel

TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you want to convince an Apple reviewer that an app that you are submitting to their App Store is something extraordinary, you’ll have to use a unique feature that might surprise or impress them. Maybe, use … Continue reading

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iOS & Swift – Making a Custom Dial Menu

TOKYO (MacHouse) – These days, I’ve been looking for a design challenge for an iOS application as I have plenty of free time. And I went to dribble.com yesterday again to see if there is anything interesting. What caught my … Continue reading

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iOS & Swift – Making Custom Vertical Menu

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Earlier, I introduced my simple horizontal menu that utilizes a subclass of UIViewController. And I went on to create a vertical menu a few days ago. I always have a design problem. That is, I’m pretty bad … Continue reading

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iOS & Swift – Making Custom UITabBar Menu (Sort of…)

TOKYO (MacHouse) – For Apple, Inc., as far as iPhone apps are concerned, it’s apparent that looks are more important than features. Forget about painting the back of a fence unlike Mr. Jobs says in his biography, right? If you … Continue reading

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