Not so long ago, I wrote a post about my new toy, the Rigol DP832 Programmable DC Power Supply. One of the features I mentioned, was the ethernet connection allowing me to control the power supply over ethernet using the official software. Since this software is Windows only, I took some time to figure out if it is possible to write an iOS app for it.
Last Christmas Santa surprised me with the awesome Nest thermostat. And altough I love every bit of it, there was one thing missing …
While I was recently working on a small iOS Swift side project, I stumbled on the issue of poor usability due to a small hitarea of some tiny buttons. Although the icons in the buttons were clear, I noticed tapping the small buttons wasn’t very easy. To solve this, I created my own buttons by subclassing the UIButton class.
A lot of iOS Apps nowadays use table views with images as a header. Yahoo News Digest is a good example, but misses a parallax effect to make it a bit less ordinary. I wanted to check out how simple it is to create such a Table View in Swift.