By (author unknown) on January 14, 2011
By adamwulf on March 25, 2010
By Matt Long on January 28, 2010
Upon first glance, the UIButton class doesn’t seem to provide what you might expect in terms of customization. This often causes developers to resort to creating buttons in an image editor and then specifying that in the Background field in Interface Builder. This is a fine solution and will likely give you what you need, but with Core Animation layers there is a simpler way to achieve the look you want without having to create an image. This post will demonstrate how.
By azeem on October 13, 2009
A Brief Overview:
A few months after the launch of the App Store, developers began reporting unexplained spikes in their new user numbers, spikes that were completely irreconcilable with iTunes Connect reporting on new downloads. After investigating, it unfortunately became clear that this wasn’t an error in our reporting, but instead was due to application piracy.
By adamwulf on October 1, 2009
ASIHTTPRequest is an easy to use wrapper around the CFNetwork API that makes some of the more tedious aspects of communicating with web servers easier. It is written in Objective-C and works in both Mac OS X and iPhone applications.
It is suitable performing basic HTTP requests and interacting with REST-based services (GET / POST / PUT / DELETE). The included ASIFormDataRequest subclass makes it easy to submit POST data and files using multipart/form-data.