Monthly Archives: November 2015

Core Location in iOS 8

Location Services have been supported in iOS since iOS 2.0. With each release of iOS Apple has improved and added new features in the Core Location framework, like geocoding, background location, region monitoring and iBeacons. iOS 8 also introduced several … Read More »

4 ways to safely push and pop navigation in Sencha Touch

Hey guys, As you know, Sencha Touch is one of the top cross-platform mobile app development tools available today. In this post, we’re going to look at the various methods via which you can safely push and pop views in … Read More »

Custom Post Types in WordPress

Hey Guys, In my last post I showed you how you to create your first WordPress plugin. In this post we’re going to look at Custom Post Types (CPT) are and how you can create one yourself. As you know, … Read More »

Using UIVisualEffectView to Apply Blur Effects in iOS

Hey Guys, In this post I’m going to show you to how to apply blur effects in your iOS app using the UIVisualEffectView class. The UIVisualEffectView class was first introduced in iOS 8. It’s a very useful class that can … Read More »

Developing and Distributing Private Libraries with Cocoapods

Hey Guys, In this post I’m going to show you how to develop and distribute in-house private code libraries using Cocoapods. Cocoapods by the way is an excellent tool for managing third party dependencies in a project. It not only … Read More »

How to localize a Sencha Touch App

Hey guys, In this post I’m going to show you how to localize an app built in Sencha Touch. Since most mobile apps target a large number of user groups who speak different languages, you need to support multiple languages … Read More »