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UIs of iOS apps shouldn't only be easy and consistent to use but also have some personality. We walk through various tools and frameworks that help creating great UIs. We discuss how to add missing features to various UIKit controls such as buttons, labels and alerts, how to use UIWebViews in creative new ways and how to improve the performance of UITableViews.
00:00 — Ortwin: Always there to remind @stuffmc how much he sucks...
03:28 — Using Images instead of programming the designs
10:24 — Tools: Waster, Pixel Slice, Slicy, ...
15:10 — Great App Makers steal from the OS, thanks to @0xced
20:17 — Auto-Layout: Added in iOS 6, usable in iOS 7 — the future anyways...
25:28 — Tools to view your views: DCIntrospect, Reveal, ...
32:55 — UIButton touchable area
36:44 — UIWebView: A few transparency tricks...
42:38 — TableView Performance + Question from @mues_li
48:31 — TableView Cell Drawing: Different approaches...
55:05 — NEXT: Matthew Bolton — Get 5★ reviews for your app!
56:54 — Bonus Track: Disk Alarm loooooves Ortwin...
Objective-Cologne 2013 — Rainer Brockerhoff: "Coding Secrets of the Ancients"
Objective-Cologne 2013 — Erik Romijn: "iOS security: super simple stuff"
Objective-Cologne 2013 — Matthew Bolton: "Get 5★ reviews for your app!"
Objective-Cologne 2013 — Ortwin Gentz: "Sneak peek into the bag of UI tricks"
Objective-Cologne 2013 — Mike Lee: "High Performance UIKit"
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