Resetting the scroll position to the top when a page loads is very common in modern websites. By default, Ember actually retains the current scroll position as you navigate between pages. This is a little strange because new pages you navigate to may load halfway down the page.
Creating components is a great way to remove redundancy in Ember.js apps. For example, you might have a custom button that is used over and over in many different views but is defined only once. This is great, but what if you want to reuse an entire nested page layout instead? It’s easy to do with […]
In my last post, I talked about how easy it is to drop in a self-contained UIPageViewController. By popular request, this post covers how to change the position of the UIPageControl dots.
Alcatraz is a plugin manager for Xcode, full of open source goodies. It is like the CocoaPods for Xcode. Sure, Xcode comes with many great features out of the box, but it is lacking these 10 super cool abilities.
UIPageViewController is a powerful class used by nine out of ten of the mobile apps you will ever come across. Many apps use it for feature lists and/or tips on getting started. In this post, I will show you how incredibly easy it is to make a UIPageViewController tutorial.
I recently joined a new project, and one of my teammates asked me, “Why do you commit so much?” I decided to write this post to explain my reasoning to him and anyone else who might come across my work in the future.