Branding is a priority with your app and colour scheme is a huge part of that. The default colours provided by Swift are really handy but what if you want to use your own branding colours? Continue reading “Custom UIColor References in Swift”
By default, buttons in iOS do not animate. Fortunately, you can set alternative properties for their different states. This simple piece of code can be attached to any button to give it a slight size animation. Therefore the user gets the feedback they need to know your button has been pressed. Continue reading “Animate your iOS buttons on touch”
You want to use Composer but you’re not quite sure what you’re doing?
Apple have tightened up their security with the release of OSX El Capitan.
I am not hugely familiar with Composer and other command line interfaces. In order to learn I wanted to get Composer installed globally to make life a little easier.
Previously it was possible to drop the file in the /usr/bin folder and away you went. I had used this method before and it went very smoothly. This is no longer the case with El Capitan. Continue reading “Installing Composer Globally in Mac OSX El Capitan”