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Links 31 through 40 of 1278 Marcos Ojeda's Bookmarks

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"Here’s my theory: like a post-dated check, it is going to look good in two years. Wait and see." - mark owens

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The app that is used during the wwdc demos to automate typing large blocks of text while doing "live coding" during a "live demo."

It seems like it would be great for teaching a programming class if used well, but not too quickly

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basically, subclass UIView and do what you need for the UITableViewCell in its drawrect and the view is effectively cached as an opaque image that can be easily and rapidly swapped out as memory sees fit. Noice!

"Scrolling is the primary method of interaction on the iPhone. It has to be fast. It has to be fast. More than a few developers have asked me how I do it in Tweetie, so I figured I would share a really fast and really clean technique people can adopt in their own apps."

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"It gets more difficult when you need to add hyperlinking to the text in the cell. The problem becomes how you add hyperlinking to a UITableViewCell but keep the scroll speed as fast as possible."

I've had bad luck with UIWebViews in UITableViewCells, but maybe there's something here.

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a list of fonts that are available on the iphone/ipad. You can generate a similar list if you do something like this:

NSArray *families = [UIFont familyNames];
for (id family in families) {
NSLog(@"%@",family);
NSArray *children = [UIFont fontNamesForFamilyName:family];
for (id child in children) {
NSLog(@" %@",child);
}
}

but you're better off looking at this list, it's much prettier.

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