If you, like me, wanted all the new bells and whistles in Xcode 8 and realized too late, that the latest officially supported iOS Version of Xcode 8 is iOS 8 and you need support for the iPhone 4 or iPad mini (both run on iOS 7) in one app, here are the good news: You don’t have to go back to Xcode 7 – we built and released a working App for iOS 7 with Xcode 8.
In my last blog post I wrote about the iOS 10 camera permission a.k.a. iOS 10 NSCameraUsageDescription Permission issue, we encountered during the development of our Ionic/Cordova App.
To further automate the npm-based build process, I wrote a simple cordova plugin, which can be installed with the cordova plugin installation routine.
Update 26.09.2016: I wrote a plugin for cordova/ionic which simplifies the process: iOS 10 camera permission description plugin
I just wanted to share this little finding with you, which I encountered today trying to upload our App update for iOS 10 of “zingoo Partner App” to Testflight. The app got rejected from Testflight because of a missing NSCameraUsageDescription.
Read on for an easy three step solution:
Well, this is the result of two weeks of work – an animated 3D Super Mario Icon built completely in CSS3 without images.
Chrome prior Version 9 renders in 2D only due to an older Webkit engine.
Opera 10.6, Firefox 3.6 and IE9 are not supported.
Please note that the source code is still a mess. You better not have a look at it ;-)
It’s based on top of my CSS 4D Framework I created therefor and will be released in the next few weeks (when it’s out of alpha).