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Silverlight’s Missing ScrollViewer .ScrollChanged Event

If you’ve worked with Silverlight’s ScrollViewer you may have noticed the ScrollChanged event is missing. It exists in WPF but Microsoft conveniently left it out in Silverlight. If you need to be notified of changes to the VerticalOffset or HorizontalOffset you can use a dependency property which listens to the change of Offset properties of […]




iOS 7 Bugs – message sent to deallocated instance

First of all, I know this error has been around way before iOS 7. However, in one of my own apps I started getting this error when I upgraded it to iOS 7 SDK. Not exactly sure why it started since it worked perfectly fine with iOS 6 SDK. After hours of debugging, I finally […]




iOS 7 Blur Effect

The Control Center, introduced in iOS 7, has a really cool blur effect when opened. Unfortunately, Apple didn’t give us access to use this blur effect in our UIViews. Luckily for us, there’s a few ways to achieve this blur effect. iOS-blur A really clever developer came up with a solution of copying the layer […]