With the addition of the Touch Bar comes the ability to customize it for your own applications. From simply adding buttons to incorporating sliders or color pickers, programming the Touch Bar is a new, creative way to add shortcuts and other functionality into your Mac app.
One of our latest iOS projects has quite a few view controllers. A few weeks ago, John Fisher wrote about the pain of large storyboards and our solution of using multiple storyboards, but we’ve found an even better solution. This technique is more reliable, easier to use and has less code. Win, win, win!
I recently started working on an iOS project with two other senior developers here at Atomic Object. When it came time to set up our project in xCode 5, a practical issue was raised: how can we best work on the app in parallel, using the Interface Builder with storyboards? Storyboards are described by XML […]
A little over a year ago, I was made aware of Scott McCloud’s book Understanding Comics as a source of inspiration and direction for building impactful storyboards during software creation. I acquired a copy of the book shortly after and have read it several times since. It’s good. If you’ve read the comic that illustrates […]
I don’t always draw storyboards, but when I do, I prefer sketching with pen and paper. But recently I wanted to produce a clean, shareable artifact that would look nice in PDF and printed form. My usual trick of sketching on paper and uploading photos to Dropbox wasn’t going to cut it this time. I […]