Written by Mike Rappaport, Chariot Solution’s CEO. Often, as senior executives, we can be “big-picture thinkers.” And unless you run a business where an app is your core product (we’re looking at you, Candy Crush), digging into the details of software design can feel like you’re getting too far into the weeds. At Chariot Solutions, … Read More
This screencast demonstrates how to use Layout Anchors. Layout Anchors are a way of creating NSLayoutConstraints in code that are simpler and easier to read than creating NSLayoutConstraints directly. In this screencast a simple screen that is completely laid out in code is updated to use Layout Anchors.
This screencast looks at new ways to make and interact with rounded corners. iOS 11 has some updates that have made this much easier.
I, like most developers, tend to rush into playing around with new technology. What I mean is you get excited when hearing or reading about something new then jump into the deep-end of the pool and while in mid-air throwing your towel to your chair. That’s what happened to me with VectorDrawable. I heard about … Read More
How does Android development compare with your plain old development? Well, in short words it’s very rewarding in a sense that you see results of your work right away. You can also deploy it right to your phone or a tablet and brag about it to your friends. However, there are pitfalls…