As in Mass Effect… anyone? OK, so yesterday on my way home from CodeFellows HQ I was going through the list of things I wanted to read and came across an article I saved a while back called “Unwinding”. The title sounded interesting and since I had nothing better to do on my 40 min bus ride, I decided to give it a read.
Typically when you present a view controller (modally), presenting view controller is set to be the delegate and is responsible for dismissing it when the user is done performing his / her task. While it is possible to dismiss presented view controller from within itself, that’s not the pattern to pursue.
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Today I submitted a new version of Slync App to the App Store for approval. Version 1.2.2 is probably the most exciting version to date. You are going to love it! In fact, it’s so awesome, I want to take the time to talk about it.
First of all, it solves a pretty interesting problem we thought was solved in the initial release. A bit of introduction won’t hurt. We knew from the beginning that having people “slync” items while shopping would be problematic. People don’t have the time to edit and post their pictures on the spot. We added the “Save This Location” feature. It allowed users to check-in / save the location and then use that location at home to post their cool finds. I made it as simple as possible and as accessible as possible. However, there was this little-big problem – users had to open the app at the store to check-in even if they weren’t posting something at that time. It felt a bit off since I always believed that the good app is the one that gets out of the way and simplifies people’s life.
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