As personal utility I’ve created a new
FlatUIColor Cocoapod framework.
Consist of a simple
UIColor extension with a customized set of my favorite flat colors that I use very often.
To integrate in your project, simply add this line in your
pod 'FlatUIColors', :git => 'https://github.com/elpsk/FlatUIColors.git'
Install pods from terminal:
$ pod install and open your project
$ xed .
Very often you should use a notification name in your code and every time you miss something, you write the wrong name and so on…
I want to simplify the coding like, so I use this solution. Easy and simple for me and I want to share:
Very often you create a new class or a new view controller and customize it before start coding.
Every time you select from XCode, New File, the file type and add it to your project, like this:
So, what I want to share today is how to make windows with cool UI in a macOS application written in Cocoa/Swift.
This an example of what you see when create a new project from scratch in XCode and run it:
Just for fun, of course, changed default action for the Info Button of Zbar library on iOS.
enjoy nm! \m/
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