change color navigation controller in a popover

//////////////////////////////////////// ////////////**SOLUTION**//////// //////////////////////////////////////// I’m gonna edit this post because i solved my problem and I think could be helpful share my solution here: first of all, follow this sample: When It is done go to step two. The second step will be add a new popoverBackgroundViewClass: Add new file in your project Objective class … Read more

How to create custom modal segue in 4.2 Xcode using storyboard [closed]

This custom seque pops back to the root of a navigation stack. Use a normal pop instead of “popToViewController” if you want to go back one level. I just love the name of this method. header: #import <UIKit/UIKit.h> @interface FlipTopPopToRoot : UIStoryboardSegue @end implementation: #import “FlipTopPopToRoot.h” @implementation FlipTopPopToRoot – (void) perform { UIViewController *src = … Read more

Safari iPad : prevent zoom on double-tap

Here’s a jQuery plugin I wrote for the same purpose – selectively disabling double-tap zoom on given page elements (in my case, navigation buttons to flip pages) I want to respond to every tap (including double-tap) as a normal click event, with no iOS “touch magic”. To use it, just run something like $(‘.prev,.next’).nodoubletapzoom(); on … Read more

UISplitViewController in a TabBar ( UITabBarController )?

Using the interface builder, create a split view controller and a tab bar controller and link them to your outlets: @property (nonatomic, retain) IBOutlet UITabBarController *tabBarController; @property (nonatomic, retain) IBOutlet UISplitViewController *splitViewController; In your app delegate didFinishLaunchingWithOption, assign your split view controller to the tab bar controller: splitViewController.tabBarItem = [[[UITabBarItem alloc] initWithTitle:@”Title” image:nil tag:0] autorelease]; … Read more

Does iPhone/iPad Safari require ‘Accept-Ranges’ header for video?

I found some Apple documentation that says that it does in fact need that for video. HTTP servers hosting media files for iOS must support byte-range requests, which iOS uses to perform random access in media playback. (Byte-range support is also known as content-range or partial-range support.) Most, but not all, HTTP 1.1 servers already … Read more