Posts tagged as: UIImagePickerController

Update: ELCImagePickerController

March 3rd, 2011 Posted by: - posted under:Articles » Featured - 12 Comments

I recently spent some time with . For those of you who’ve worked with UIImagePickerController, you might have noticed one of its major drawbacks: you can only select one photo at a time. ELCImagePickerController solves this issue by cloning the UI of UIImagePickerController, but with the added bonus of allowing you to select multiple assets. Collin Ruffenach (), who authored the the first version of the picker, has done an awesome job of making …


Cloning UIImagePickerController using the Assets Library Framework

October 7th, 2010 Posted by: - posted under:Featured » Tutorials - 50 Comments

Hello iCoders. This is a follow up post to my initial post on the Assets Library Framework and Blocks. We came across an interesting problem when working on the application for . They have had an since the very early days of the app store, and one of our biggest struggles has been creating an interface to allow …


Asset Libraries and Blocks in iOS 4

July 8th, 2010 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 39 Comments
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iOS 4 presented a million billion new API’s by Apple’s count, but for this post I am going to show a quick demo of the new Assets Library API where you can now get to users photos and videos with more access than ever before. This new API relies on the new programming device called Blocks that has been introduced with iOS 4. Blocks are used through many of the new API’s as a kind of extended @selector. We will …