CocoaPods is a popular dependency management tool for Objective-C projects. It makes life easier for iOS developers by downloading all the third party libraries you want for your project and linking everything so you don’t have to. It’s a huge time saver and helps you keep all your dependencies up to date. Installation CocoaPods runs […]
I was recently tasked with retrieving AdWords data using Google’s AdWords API. In order to gain access to the API you need to create an MCC (My Client Center) account using a different email address then the one used to create your AdWords account. In doing so, you will now have a new Customer ID […]
Here’s an awesome list of Node.js resources for those interesting in taking the dive into the world of Node. A big thanks to @rockbot for putting this list together and to all those who contributed… including myself. 😉 https://github.com/rockbot/node-for-beginners Go forth, young padawon, rely on your training and you will succeed!
Since the introduction of Auto Layout in Xcode, resizing UITableViews or UIViews has changed from updating the frame to updating the constraint. With Auto Layout turned off, the way you would resize a UITableView would be to adjust its frame. CGRect tableFrame = self.tableView.frame; tableFrame.size.height = 200; self.tableView.frame = tableFrame; With Auto Layout turned on, […]
Whether your upgrading your apps to iOS 7 or building a new app, you may come across the following warning in your storyboard: Misplaced View Frame for “Label – Label” will be different at run time. The Solution To solve this, select the view/label in question and click Editor then mouse over Resolve Auto Layout […]
In this post, we’re going to be creating a sample comments system using Node, Express and Mongoose. Mongoose provides an object oriented interface for using MongoDB in Node. Everything in Mongoose starts with a Schema. Each schema maps to a MongoDB collection and defines the shape of the documents within that collection. If you are […]
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 […]