A Sprite Kit tutorial that teaches you how to make a space shooter game. In the process, youll learn about accelerometers, textures, and scrolling too! Sprite Kit Tutorial: Space Shooter is a post from: Ray Wenderlich The post Sprite Kit Tutorial: Space Shooter appeared first on Ray Wenderlich.
If youre a fan of the Paranormal Activity franchise, the sight of a swinging lamp likely sends shudders down your back. With this in mind, the guys at Public Prank managed to pull off a carefully-executed and terrifying prank on an unsuspecting friend Before inviting said friend over, DJ of the YouTube prank group rigged [...]
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum just no instruments. A cappella group Peter Hollens and Gardiner Sisters used 107 vocal tracks to complete this impressive medley of all your classic pirate tunes See also: Arr! The Complete Guide to Celebrating Talk Like a Pirate Day The group donned their best pirate outfits [...]
Weve all used Microsoft Word, the most ubiquitous word processor on the market, at one point in our lives. It still proves to be a staple, especially in education, but there are plenty of competitors vying for our word processing loyalty See also: Top 25 Free iPhone Apps of All Time If you arent a [...]
Shortly after announcing a hardware upgrade for Google Glass owners, Google has launched an accessory store for the head-worn gadget Accessible only to Glass Explorers such as Nick Starr early buyers of Google Glass the store carries an extra cable and charger, a microfiber pouch, a new Clear Shield (compatible with the latest [...]
Everyone knows that Spongebob Squarepants is a cheerful little sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea. He hangs out with his friends and has excellent work ethic He wumbos, you wumbo, we all wumbo. See also: Tattoo Artist Creates Stunning Photorealistic Family Portraits So who would ever want to mess with such a [...]
This short tutorial shows you how to create a Tabbed Nagivated iOS iPhone App. This tabbed navigation is very popular as it is very neat. Show you how to add
Usman: I am an Android developer, so I use Java and C for building apps; sometimes we go native for some intensive development. I use Eclipse for app development. Uzair: We work on platform-specific technologies which include Objective-C for iOS, Java