New UIDatePicker Styles in iOS 14

One of the nice new features that came out with iOS 14 were some new options around the venerable UIDatePicker. There are now some choices other than just the slot machine-style wheels! Since iOS 2.0, the original style of UIDatePicker has been the only standard UIKit option for developers looking to let users select datesContinue reading “New UIDatePicker Styles in iOS 14”

Identify Supported Images and Create Collections in SF Symbols 2

If you’ve been doing any sort of app development with iconography since iOS 13 came out, there’s a good chance you leveraged the original SF Symbols app. With around 1,600 scalable, vector-based symbols integrating with the system San Francisco font, along with guidance for creating your own symbols, it was ground-breaking in terms of providingContinue reading “Identify Supported Images and Create Collections in SF Symbols 2”

Using UITabBarAppearance for Tab Bar changes in iOS 13

With iOS 13, Apple finally made some long overdue changes to support more effective customizations of the tab bars, and tool bars in your apps. The new UITabBarAppearance, UIBarAppearance, and related classes lets developers easily modify not just the basics like background and selected colors but spacing, text attributes, badging, and positioning. Creating subtle effectsContinue reading “Using UITabBarAppearance for Tab Bar changes in iOS 13”