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    Enliven Your App with Gauges for iOS

    How often do you see one of those gauge visualizations in your work and everyday life? I'd guess the answer is either “more and more” or “a lot.” Let’s talk about the importance of the great user interface design in achieving an outstanding app, starting with the flexible and interactive Gauges for iOS.
    November 19, 2015
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    Project Templates and More in the latest UI for iOS

    We understand your application needs, which is why we keep adding more and more to UI for iOS. The time has come for yet another UI for iOS release, and we're back with great new features. Read on to find out more.
    November 09, 2015
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    How to Create Custom Project Templates in Xcode 7

    With the launch of Xcode 7 we were offered a sweet deal of cool new features like free on-device development, Swift 2.0, Objective-C upgrades, some sugar in testing and debugging.

    Yeah great, but there are new issues too that have caused inconvenience for us and our clients. We started looking for solutions and soon we came up with the idea to create a custom project template. We found that most of the information out there on how to do this is pretty old, so we've created an updated guide.

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    Make the iOS SideDrawer Bounce with UIKitDynamics

    What is the most important thing when we design and create our apps? There's a lot to think about, but it often comes back to this: how is the user going to interact with my app? As an iOS dev you know how important is to make your app pretty and resemble the real world in behavior, while also being intuitive and convenient. In this post, we’re going to mix together one of our components, a couple of natural laws and a good bit of imagination—and see what happens.
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    Gauges and AutoCompleteTextView Beta plus more in UI for iOS

    The Q3 2015 release of UI for iOS is already here, and as always it's packed and stacked with great features following your requests and feedback. The DataForm becomes official, we introduce Gauges and AutoCompleteTextView (Beta), the Chart gets three highly requested features and last, but not least, we introduce support for Swift 2.0 while keeping our iOS7 support. Let’s take a deep dive into what’s new.