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Using Git to Specify the Version of Your App

Using Git to Specify the Version of Your App

It’s the simple things in life: One of the best workflow changes I made for Loose Leaf was to use git to manage the version number of my app. To release a new version, just add a tag in git, and the version in my app’s Info.plist would automatically update to match.┬áThere’s a number of different ways to set something like this up, and I’ve pieced my particular strategy together from various Stack Overflow posts, and I thought it’d be helpful to put an end-to-end post together to describes the how and why in 1 place.

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Make a better app video: Show off gestures with hand shadows

For gesture-centric apps, it can be difficult to quickly and easily show how to perform specific gestures. Two handed gestures, like Loose Leaf’s ruler gesture, can be particularly difficult to describe. As I was making tutorial content for Loose Leaf, I quickly realized that showing dots for touch locations just isn’t enough.

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The Give and Take of New Features: WWDC ’15

Every WWDC brings unexpected changes, and this year is no different. While I’m excited about many of the new announcements this year, I quickly realized that one of my favorite Loose Leaf features will breath its last with the launch of iOS 9 later this month: swipe from the edge to turn the page.

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