The new version of WakeUp Challenge is out and you probably have herd about it if you follow me on twitter.
Find here an overview video of the app I did with the help my girlfriend.
However, as I tend to use my blog as more technical-related stuff, I would like to talk about a few aspects of the app in a more technical way.
As promised, I still need to publish some tutorials about a couple of things I learnt while developing WakeUp 2.0, but I would like to take this opportunity to talk about all the small details you will find in the app and how I made them or what I used. This is not a tutorial, just an overview… or a behind the scenes… I want to let you know what I have used for the different parts, it might be helpful for some of you.
After releasing my first iOS app I have received so many questions about the background’s animations.
I don’t remember how I thought about all of this, the only thing I can say is that the background class is the result of changes, changes and more changes. I wanted something nice, something eye-catching and colorful.
Let’s start from the beginning.
Here it is, my first website ever without using wordpress or any other blogging service. There you can have a look at 3 screenshots of the app and some description. Let me know what you think!
WakeUp Challenge app landing page
Thanks to @luishj and @polsola for helping me with the website, my knowledge of HTML and CSS is… nonexistent :P
I need your help. 2 days ago I decided to tweet an image about my next app: WakeUp Challenge. It is going to be an iPhone app and the image I tweeted was this one:
However, I have another option for the icon, and I would really much appreciate if you could help me by letting me know which one you prefer.
Quick post to let you know about the latest nanoBundle from MacHeist.