I was tuned in to the Three20 framework about 4 months ago just before we were to start work on an app for a pretty well-known sports retailing client. What follows is a review of the framework so you can help yourself decide if it’s right for you.
I admit, I love developing for iPhone. I’ve been doing it non-stop for over a year, for various clients, full-time and part-time, and most of the annoyances many developers complain about I don’t even notice myself anymore. I don’t desire garbage collection — I can speak retain and release like I do English. I enjoy […]
Admittedly, one of the most annoying parts of building iPhone apps for clients is merely giving them the app to install. The usual case is that you hand them a *.app directory that, to a Mac user, looks like a file, but to a client using Windows it’s a directory. And when Windows users open […]
The Problem On a project I’m working on, I’d noticed that Interface Builder started running really slowly once I’d added something on the order of 2,000 PNG’s to my XCode project. Why would I add so many images you ask? Because I needed to. :-) So, the result was that opening up any XIB file […]
I’ve run across this on a project where I wanted what amounts to a UITabBarController for my iPhone app, but I want to have ONE shared view for 4 of the 5 tabs. This is impossible with UITabBarController as far as I can tell. However, there is hope. With a slightly different implementation, you can […]