MVC in Objective-C (III): The view layer

In previous chapters we have exposed how the MVC pattern separate concerns in three layers and we have analyzed how to correctly implement the Model layer into your iOS project. In this post, I am going to continue with the next element in the MVC roles: the View role.

Localization in iOS apps made simple

Localizing iOS apps with the standard tools is tedious, especially when you use Interface Builder files. To resolve that, I have created a new tool called AGi18n that makes it extremely easy. But let’s first start by analyzing the existing approaches for it together with their problems, to later introduce the library and all the goodies that you get from it.

MVC in Objective-C (II): Model

Today, as part of the MVC in Objective-C series that I am writing, I am going to introduce the best practices that I have found so far when dealing with the Model role in your iOS app. But lets first give a quick introduction about the Model role:

MVC in Objective-C (I): Introduction

MVC stands for Model View Controller, and it is a pattern that allows developers to differentiate code depending on three different roles. It is extremely popular due to its simplicity and it is implemented in different ways in almost every single technology out there -in different ways though. MVC helps you making your code lot more reusable, maintainable and easier to extend

Acceptance testing with Calabash and CocoaPods

This week I have been delighted with a very attractive (and quite new) acceptance testing framework called “Calabash”. My experience in acceptance testing is limited, but Calabash quickly took my attention for a few reasons: