DreamLab – Solve cancer while you sleep

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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

b2cloud are a BRW Fast 100 winner

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It’s honouring to receive recognition for b2cloud as one of the 100 fastest growing companies in Australia in the BRW Fast 100. October has proven to be a highly rewarding month for our team, after

2015 App Design Award Winners!

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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

Google Play SEO

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b2cloud wins Mobile Design Awards 2014

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We are thrilled to announce that b2cloud has won the Mobile Design Award for Best Wearable Technology for our work with Telstra. The award recognises our innovative work using Google Glass to help empower the visually

iOS view hit regions

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According to the Apple Human Interface Guidelines, the smallest point size a control should be in iOS is 44×44 points. In some designs you will get really small controls which you need to still work

Reordering a UITableViewCell from any touch point

Guides | Tutorial By 4 years ago

A component of one of our upcoming apps is a Scramble type game where letters are rearranged to solve the word. I had a fantastic idea to use a UITableView flipped on it’s side with reordering enabled to make up the bulk of the Scramble reordering functionality. It worked without a hitch. During development we found that having the cell’s reordering grip only taking up a 44×44 square wasn’t very effective when our letters were a lot bigger, you would have to have your finger exactly in that small area in order to move the letters around. With a bit of magic I managed to make the reoder grip fill the entire cell, and this is how you do it:

UIImageView Transforming Touch Coordinates to Pixel Coordinates

Tutorial By 4 years ago

I have recently had a project where I had to do some image processing on an image based on where a user touches an image (in a UIImageView). Getting the touch coordinates was easy enough,