Finally, my first macOS app is finally published! It’s called Colors Coder, and you can find it here. It’s a developer tool, which can also be used by designers! Even though I’ve made a few macOS apps in the past, this one is the first one that sees its way to the App Store. But now that the beginning has been
Finally, after a long, long time I had the opportunity to update this website. With a new, modern and clean theme, and with most of the menus and the content behind them redesigned, it’s now way easier to move around. In addition to that, I’m planning to add new content often. The main focus will be on small tutorials and
Take a look at my interview on Rollout.io where I talk about my personal journey on the development world, and discussing about mobile development, tutorials, today’s challenges and include some advices especially for young programmers.
One of the new features that the AVFoundation incorporates in iOS 7, is the ability to discover and read bar codes in real-time, and one of the supported bar code types that we especially interested in at this tutorial, is the QR Code. Read my new tutorial on Appcoda!
Xcode 5 incorporates a lot of new features, as well as too many updates that make development even easier! Read about all Xcode 5 Essentials on this new tutorial on MobileTuts+.
All new iOS 7 Multitasking Enhancements now on MobileTus+.
A new tutorial demonstrating the use of OAuth 2.0 Protocol by posting on Google Calendar now on the MobileTuts+
My new tutorial regarding the OAuth 2.0 Protocol and Google is available on the MobileTuts+
All my tutorials posted in this website and my blog are now featuring on the Chupamobile.com
A Custom Calendar View for the iOS! For first time I am selling code to other developers through the Chupamobile.com marketplace!