Jeroen van Rijn
I love to write tutorials for Tuts+ and share my knowledge of iOS SDK development. I currently have several products in the App Store. My favorite is called Play It. Check it out! It's a fun and useful app to control your music with innovative yet simple gestures.
Tutorials
  • Code
    iOS Quick Tip: Create a Dynamic Action SheetIos sdk dynamic action sheets preview
    4 shares
    Welcome to this entry-level quick tip about working with action sheets. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple action sheet dynamically using content from an array. This technique will allow you to determine how many buttons to place on the action sheet at run-time as opposed to compile-time. A handy technique to have!Read More…
  • Code
    iOS 6 and the Social Framework: Twitter RequestsTwitter bird white on blue
    14 shares
    This tutorial will teach you how to use the iOS 6 SDK and the Social Framework to load dynamic content from Twitter. To do so, I'll teach you how to build a Twitter profile generating application. Read on!Read More…
  • Code
    Build an iOS Music Player: UI ThemingCode
    1 shares
    This three-part tutorial series will teach you how to build a custom music player with the iOS SDK. Read on!Read More…
  • Code
    Build an iOS Music Player: Player ControlsCode
    This three-part tutorial series will teach you how to build a custom music player with the iOS SDK. Read on!Read More…
  • Code
    Build an iOS Music Player: App SetupCode
    This three-part tutorial series will teach you how to build a custom music player with the iOS SDK. Read on!Read More…
  • Code
    Build a Simple Photo Gallery with UIGestureRecognizerUigesturerecognizer
    12 shares
    The UIGestureRecognizer class makes it easy to detect and respond to complex gestures in an iOS SDK application. This tutorial will teach you how to use the UIGestureRecognizer class by demonstrating how to build a simple photo gallery library.Read More…
  • Code
    iOS SDK: Send E-mail In-AppIos sdk mfmailcomposeviewcontroller preview
    6 shares
    In this iOS SDK tutorial, I'll demonstrate how to allow your users to send e-mail without leaving your application using the MFMailComposeViewController class. We will setup an e-mail template with recipients, a subject, body text, and even an image attachment.Read More…
  • Code
    iOS Quick Tip: Adding App Store Stars with iRatePreviewimage
    4 shares
    iRate is a really helpful library to promote your iOS app by reminding users to leave a rating for you in the App Store. This is a strategy recommended by Apple on their App Store "tips" page, and doing so will likely increase the number of positive reviews your app receives. This quick tip will show you how to add iRate to your iOS project to begin generating the most successful type of marketing: word-of-mouth!Read More…
  • Code
    iOS SDK Quick Tip: Working with AnimationsPreview image
    4 shares
    iOS SDK animations allow you to spice up your applications with appealing visual effects and transitions. With the iOS SDK, animations are frequently used to repositions views, resize views, remove or add views from view hierarchies, and hide views altogether. Read on to learn how these effects are achieved!Read More…
  • Code
    iOS SDK: Music Library AccessNoartworkimage
    11 shares
    With music library access your applications can incorporate the songs, audio books, and podcast collections of your users. This functionality can be used to enhance gameplay by allowing users to play their own soundtrack, build custom media-player applications, and more!Read More…
  • Code
    iOS SDK: Keeping Content From Underneath the KeyboardKeyboard preview
    5 shares
    Sometimes form content needs to fill the entire iOS screen. So what do you do when the keyboard covers your UITextField or UITextView? In this quick tip I will demonstrate how to use a UIScrollView to keep your form content from being hidden when the keyboard slides into view.Read More…
  • Code
    iOS SDK: Working with NSUserDefaultsNsuserdefaults preview
    29 shares
    In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to use the NSUserDefaults class in order to save and update application settings. In the process, we will build a demo app called "Contact" that will store a user-supplied image and contact information.Read More…