Before releasing the new version of WakeUp app, I posted a video about a new menu I was working on using mainly UIKit Dynamics.
I did promise a tutorial about it, and here it comes! This is an example of what we will do.
I have decided to modify slightly the way I write tutorials. I will write and explain the most important parts of the code, but I won’t go through every single line of code. I have uploaded a project in Github, where I have tried to comment the code as good as possible, use it as an extension of this tutorial.
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.