We just uploaded an update to Knockdown the Pumpkins 2 on Android. The update contains the followings: Fixed a rare bug where the ball count wasn’t properly counted. Fixed a bug on some devices where targets appear off-screen. Improve scaling on devices with very tall screen aspect-ratio. If you haven’t already, please check it out. […]

Mahjong Galaxy Space is one of our most downloaded apps and already has over 100,000 downloads. In this update, we added more boards and adjusted some of the tile sets to make them more distinct. If you already have the app installed, please be sure to update to get these addition and improvements. If you […]

Background This is a quick walk trough on how to use ANE (AIR Native Extension) in Flash Professional CS5.5. I assume you know what ANE is, but if you want, you can read Abode’s overview here http://help.adobe.com/en_US/air/extensions/index.html. ANE it basically a method to call native code from within Adobe AIR applications. To use Native Extension, […]

Using UIWebView is an efficient way to make an About screen, Help screen, or other sort of hard to layout. Consider how easy it is to lay out your ‘page’ in html, instead of having to build it using Interface Builder. You can even use JavaScript and add interactivity if you want. You can even […]

Cocos2d has always been a popular choice for iPhone game development.  Now there’s now cocos2d-x (http://www.cocos2d-x.org/), a spinoff initiated by Walzer Wang. cocos2d-x is a cross platform version of cocos2d that produces iOS and Android app (plus Windows executable output as bonus if you like).  Cocos2d-x accomplishes the cross-platformness by using native C/C++ code.  This […]

ARC is a good idea; however it may cause issues when using old libraries or if you have some code which use it and some which don’t. You might also accidentally clicked on it when creating the project and decide, no, I don’t really want it. ARC is not a bad idea, but it will […]

iOS 5 introduces something interesting, which is some sort of Facial Detection capability. Right now it only detects the position of eyes and mouth but expect it to have more in future iOS versions. First, the requirements: Compile with iOS SDK version 5 or later You need to include CoreImage.framework into your project. Your build […]

UISlider can be skinned to produce output like these: There are three sections that you can change: The bar portion on the left side of the thumb, using setMinimumTrackImage:UIImage The bar portion on the right side of the thumb, using setMaximumTrackImage:UIImage The thumb, using setThumbImage:UIImage For the UIImage, you will most likely need to stretch […]

Xcode Tips
June 9, 2009

More tips can be found in this other post: https://www.permadi.com/blog/2009/05/apple-xcode-shortcuts-and-tips/. Creating Classes Diagram There’s a handy feature to create class diagrams in Xcode, using Class Model feature.  To create a diagram for the whole project, select the project name in the Group & Files panel. Then select Menu->Design->Quick Model->Class Model.  You will be asked to […]