Monthly Archives: December 2016

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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iOS & Swift – Making Custom Rounded-Corner Progress Bar With UIView

TOKYO (MacHouse) – About a week ago, I spotted a topic at stackoverflow where somebody wanted to know how to create a custom progress bar with a rectangle with rounded corners. And I thought to myself “Hmm… I wonder if … Continue reading

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iOS & Swift – Making Custom Slider With UIView

TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been 7 months since I started developing software in Swift. I didn’t quite like Swift at the beginning because it’s totally different from Objective-C especially in the way it defines variables without data types. Well, I … Continue reading

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

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Ever since I switched to Swift last April, the way I write code has changed dramatically. These days, I use CocoaPods and include one or more libraries in my Xcode project. Ones that I often test these … Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing TextCandy 2 for Mac OS X

TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been quite a while since I submitted the last Mac application to Mac App Store. Maybe, half a year or so… Well, I want to upgrade an existing desktop application called TextCandy so badly so that … Continue reading

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