• iOS SDK
    Preparing your iPhone App for Higher ResolutionsPreview
    With the iPad and the new iPhone 4 gaining popularity, it seems that iOS devices are quickly heading towards higher resolution displays. Higher resolution screens obviously make for a better user experience, but in order to take advantage of this, developers need to update their applications. This article will explain what all the fuss is about, and how to make your applications look good on higher resolutions by demonstrating two techniques for graphics optimizations.Read More…
  • Silverlight
    Packaging Silverlight ApplicationsPackaging preview
    Silverlight applications are simple in that there’s an HTML page that launches the plug-in and a packaging file format (XAP) for the code and resources themselves. Here, we take a quick look at how those applications are packaged and how we go from HTML page to running Silverlight code on the screen and also talk a little around how to include your own class libraries and resources such as images, videos, etc.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Beginning Android: Getting Started with Fortune CrunchAndroid sdk preview
    You’ve learned how to create Fortune Crunch on iPhone and Appcelerator here on Mobiletuts+. Now learn how to create it on Android!Read More…
  • News
    Activetuts+ Reader SurveySurvey
    Our recent Tuts+ Survey showed that many of you have feedback on how we can make Activetuts+ better for you. Now is your chance to let us know what you want from Activetuts+. Please take a few minutes to complete our reader survey.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Flash for Android: Nexus One vs. HTC Evo for DevelopersPreview vs
    In this video I will cover two phones from a hardware perspective, the Nexus One running Android 2.2 and the HTC EVO running 2.1. Read More…
  • Theme Development
    An Introduction to Split Testing in WordPressSplit
    Split testing is a way to experiment with a live site and find which headlines and text are the most effective. Amazon uses split testing to determine which versions of their site convert customers better. We'll use WordPress and Google's Website Optimizer to test two different headlines, and find which works best at capturing customer emails.Read More…
  • Mobile Web Apps
    Mobile WordPress Theming: Day 4Preview
    Welcome to the final installment of our Mobile WordPress Theming series! In this tutorial, we will be loading posts and pages dynamically into our mobile web application. By the end, we will have a usable mobile WordPress theme! Let's jump right in!Read More…
  • 3D
    Beginner’s Guide to Augmented RealityIcon
    Augmented Reality has been cropping up a lot lately, especially Flash-based AR. I will guide you through how to create some simple yet neat effects that you can put on your own website.Read More…
  • Mobile Design
    Mobile UI: Redesign the Spendometer iPhone App (Part 2)Spendometer preview
    This is the second of a two-part tutorial series on reskinning an iPhone application with Photoshop. Need to catch up? Read part one on PSDTuts+! We will be covering the rest of the application's UI design in this tutorial, paying close attention to the small and delicate details, such as typography, button design, and text-entry fields, that will make the overall design pop.Read More…
  • Flash
    Quick Tip: Exploring the Flash CS5 Code Snippets PanelPreview
    In this Quick Tip I'll show you how to use the brand new Flash CS5 Code Snippets Panel to easily add keyboard and mouse interaction to your projects, without necessarily needing to learn AS3. Let's take a look!Read More…
  • Web Development
    The HTML5 BoilerplateHtml5 boilerplate
    The talented Paul Irish and Divya Manian, just yesterday, released what they call the "HTML5 Boilerplate." The product of years of experience, this is easily the most comprehensive starting template for every new project that I've ever seen. Read More…
  • iOS SDK
    Learn Objective-C: Day 4Learn objective c
    Welcome to part four of this series on Objective-C. So far, we've looked a lot at theory and the principles and functionality of the language to get a good idea of how it works. Today, we will be making a simple class similar to the car example we looked at in previous parts of this series. Our class will take the details of a car, allowing us to get and set the values held. After today's example you should be able to create your own classes in Xcode and toy around with them.Read More…