Now more than ever, we have the power to change humanity with technology, and today we are helping cure cancer. Over the last 5 years cancer has taken away many people close to me, and
Another great win for the b2cloud team, being recognised by the App Design Awards for our incredible work with Catch of the Day owned Yumtable. The industry awarded b2cloud 2 Silver awards for the Best
When the standard keyboard is not enough a keyboard accessory is often a good solution. I am talking of the one commonly seen in web apps, allowing the user to go between fields and drop the keyboard. These are extremely easy to add, and require very little code. In your UITextField you need to set the inputAccessoryView. This can take any UIView subclass and will display just like a regular keyboard, all animations are handled for you.
One thing we all love about Android is that it’s highly customization. We have apps to customize almost anything for instance home replacement, lock screen, keyboards etc.In this blog we would be talkin about keyboards
Often I see programmers hardcode keyboard animations into their apps. This will work fine when they test it out but will fail on a non-English keyboard (such as the Chinese keyboard), landscape keyboard, or if the standard keyboard size changes in a future version of iOS. They always assume the keyboard is 216 pixels high, which is not always the case.