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What’s New in Xcode 5 - Developer Tools Technology Overview

What’s New in Xcode 5 - Developer Tools Technology Overview
Playgrounds Playgrounds have been thoroughly updated so you can author gorgeous documentation, easy to follow experiments, and interactive educational content. You can add playgrounds to your project that show how to use your own APIs, demonstrate how you solved a problem, or even demo your code’s features. Code comments are static in comparison. New playground features include: Results are displayed in-line beside the code that generated them. Interface Builder Interface Builder gives you incredible control over the latest features in iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS. Testing Xcode is already an amazing environment for test driven development, and Xcode 7 makes it even better with user interface testing and code coverage. User Interface Testing Xcode 7 introduces user interface testing, ensuring that changes you make in code don’t show up as unwanted changes to your users. Code Coverage

Codecademy Prefix and Postfix increment/decrement operators Prefix increment / decrement operators are operators that first increase the value of the variable by 1 (increment) or decrease the value of an expression / variable by 1 (decrement) and then return this incremented / decremented value. They are used like ++(variable) [increment] or --(varaible) [decrement] On the other hand , Postfix increment / decrement operators are operators that first return the value of the variable and then increase the value of thAT variable by 1 (increment) or decrease the value of the variable by 1 (decrement) .

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Dan Rodney's List of Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts & Keystrokes For years I’ve collected these keystrokes. I hope they help you become the power user that lies within. I have tested them on Mac OS X El Capitan, but most should work on older versions of Mac OS (such as Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion). Using JavaScript to write to the status bar Introduction Some of the simplest effects in JavaScript are also the most useful, in my opinion. One example is using JavaScript to write something to the status bar. The status bar is a lonely, empty place just waiting for you to take advantage of. You can use it to display a description of the link your mouse is currently over, show some message etc.

Slider with Sliding Backgrounds Among the many super nice design features of the Yahoo! Weather app for iOS is the transition between city screens. The background image doesn't just move away as the screen moves from one screen to the next, the background image itself slides. How To Create a Pure CSS Dropdown Menu With the help of some advanced selectors a dropdown menu can be easily created with CSS. Throw in some fancy CSS3 properties and you can create a design that was once only achievable with background images and Javascript. Follow this tutorial to see the step by step process of building your own pure CSS dropdown menu. The menu we will be creating features two sub categories that appear once the parent link is activated by a hover. The first series of sub-links appear underneath main nav bar, then the second series of links fly out horizontally from the first dropdown.

How to create HTML email Many firms that rely on marketing have a similar scenario: The marketing staff has created various marketing pieces that work great as print pieces, but when they want to do some customized e-mail marketing, the effort boils down to sending attached PDF documents or using template based subscription services. Also, if you’ve already gone through this and are having a problem with the annoying white spaces between images in Gmail, this post will help! What Will I Learn From This Series? In this tutorial, you will learn how to take a PDF document (or Photoshop image) and use it to create and send HTML based emails. You will also develop a skill set that will enable you to better design marketing pieces especially for HTML marketing. Concepts include exporting to images, slicing images for web, optimizing images for use on the web, cleaning up HTML code, working with a webserver, and inserting HTML code into an e-mail.

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Dealing With Clients Who Refuse To Pay Advertisement As a designer, you will eventually have to face a couple of unfortunate truths in your career. Number one: just because you wear a bathrobe for most of your “business” hours does not actually make it business attire. Number two: at some point in your freelance career, you will encounter a client who does not respect the work you do. The most unfortunate part of this unfortunate truth is that it will all too often present itself in the form of a client who refuses to pay for your services once all of the work has been completed. However, you can put some safeguards in place to guarantee that if this kind of client disrespects you and a dispute arises, that you are not left without any leverage to help you resolve the situation.

The Collective Legal Guide For Designers (Contract Samples) Rule number one for designers of all kinds: use a contract. Sometimes, this is easier said than done. Should I use a service agreement? A retainer? A licensing contract?