Cordova Plugin for iOS 10 camera permission description

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.

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Fix Ionic/Cordova App iOS 10 NSCameraUsageDescription Permission

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:

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Pure CSS animated 3D Super Mario Icon

After my latest CSS3 experiment without images (Internet Explorer Pure CSS Logo), a friend suggested to create an animated 3D Super Mario Icon based on the 3D Retro Mario GIF image by Cezkid.

Well, this is the result of two weeks of work – an animated 3D Super Mario Icon built completely in CSS3 without images.

Pure CSS animated 3D Super Mario
A still from Safari 5 with perspective and grids. Hover over the live demo to see this.

Demo

Demo: Pure CSS animated 3D Super Mario Icon
Source: Git Repository
Best viewed with Safari 5 & Chrome 9.

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.

Pure CSS animated 3D Super Mario Icon

Background

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).

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Internet Explorer Pure CSS Logo

When I stumbled over David Desandro’s Opera CSS Logo and Zander Martineau’s Pure CSS Icons, I really liked their idea to create “art” only with CSS.

So here is my work, the All CSS Internet Explorer Logo, a logo built completely in CSS, without any graphics.

Internet Explorer CSS Logo

See the Demo (best viewed with Firefox 3.6 & Safari 5)
Chrome 5 has a lot of issues at the moment due to an older Webkit engine. CSS for Opera 10.6 and IE9 are coming soon. The CSS is a mess at the moment, I’ll clean it up later.

Pure CSS Logo rendered in different Browsers

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