Lenskart stores iPad application is the primary medium for any transactions that are happening in the stores. And our HTO officers who visits customer location are also using the iPad application for their customer transaction. If customer visits our stores they used to try-on different frames available at the store and once they selected the frame they will come to the sales-rep and ask to proceed order. The sales-rep takes the iPad application and add the product that the customer chose and proceed ordering.
In between the customer wants to add any other product that they like, they will go…
Create shake gesture in iOS based on UIResponder’s motion events
In general, all menu items can be listed under the blanket menu option like menu/more… which has all the options enlisted. Despite of that the less priority detail w.r.t the users like beta/alpha, app/bundle version, release date and in some case report a bug, feedback options which cannot be accommodated under menu/more screen.
Or in other hand, If you’re having a B2B application where the business user want to record a particular activity from any random screens in your app. …
Server side communication?
Backbone.js has some special way to communicate with the server. All the server communications are very implicit and achieved through backbone’s model/collection. If you’re well versed in network’s core knowledge, I’m sure that I’ve brought you an excellent feast here. Before enter into our course, if you’re looking for the core concepts on backbone.js kindly go through this first course written here.
“Necessity is the mother of invention” - Plato
To start our course the introduction to backbone.js, let’s first make note of the necessity of the technology backbone.js. To understand the necessity of backbone let’s rewind our time machine before 2 decades (year created 2014). Remember the web development technologies starting from the period 1995……
Objective C property in iOS application development gives you the core knowledge about how efficiently the memory management is done over Objects.
In this article I have often used objects and i-vars. Let’s first understand what is objects and i-vars. In the @interface class whatever variables(primitive variables), objects(objective c objects NSString, NSArray, NSDictionary… etc) we used is referred as instance variables (i-vars). So, clearly objects is the subset of i-vars. And the non-object i-vars are primitive data type variables.
Objective C property attributes are used to define the functionality of the i-var that has been created inside the @interface class.
In swift the basic data types are just like other programming languages as follows.
variable: ‘var’ is the keyword used to declare a variable
var firstInteger : Int
// declaring an Int variable
// here 'var'…