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Scrolling CCNode in Cocos2d

Tony Ngo

For my next app, I want to be able to scroll the content (children) of my CCNode. Cocos2d offers no easy way to this. Instead, I found a few third-party solutions: CCScrollLayer A Paging UIScrollView in Cocos2d (with previews) scrollmenu … Continue reading →

Twitter Integration Tutorial

Tony Ngo

One of the exciting new features in iOS 5 is Twitter integration. Photos, YouTube, Safari, and Maps come fully integrated. With most iOS 5 users jumping on the Twitter bandwagon (Twitter daily signups tripled, according to Twitter’s CEO), allowing your … Continue reading →

In-App Settings with InAppSettingsKit

Tony Ngo

According to Apple’s “iOS Human Interface Guidelines” section “De-emphasize Settings”, the preferred way to provide settings for your app is through the Settings.app. If your app contains frequently accessed preferences, however, presenting them directly inside the application may be a … Continue reading →

UIWebView and baseJS

Tony Ngo

As an iOS developer coming from a web development background, I figured a tutorial that combines both skill sets should be my first post to iDevBlogADay Imagine this, John Doe, aka Mr. ImBetterThanYou, challenges you to create an iOS view … Continue reading →