As a ShinobiGrids developer, often you will need a way to let your users select rows in your grid. ShinobiGrids provides row selection out-of-the-box but sometimes you just want to go back to the old school and there ain’t nothing as old school as a check-box.
This blog post will talk you through one method of making a custom check box cell for your ShinobiGrids!
After a long term sabbatical to parts unknown, #ShinobiSpy sent our developers some coded messages indicating that he might just have managed to infiltrate Google’s I/O conference.
In between telescopic snaps of bacon sandwiches and coffee stands, drip by drip information was planted in the ShinobiControls inbox.
After some head scratching and code breaking, we’ve managed to piece together this report…
Welcome to the fourth (and probably final) post in my series about building a range selector using ShinobiCharts for iOS. If you haven’t already read the previous parts then it might be worth a look to describe how we got to where we are now (part I, part II, part III).
In this post we’re going to look at a couple of things:
When we first start the app the range selector should be showing a default range. At the moment it shows the entire range as being selected, but this isn’t ideal. We’ll look at how to specify an initial range.
We’re going to add a value annotation, which displays the value of the right-most datapoint visible on the chart. This will take the form of a horizontal line across the chart with a text label at the right hand side.
Jesse has already updated you on our latest grids release and some of the fantastic new features on offer. We're really excited about our new data-grid offering and that's where top-tips focuses this time. Here's a 5 minute overview of what it really means for those wanting to migrate from the grid to the brand new ShinobiDataGrid.
We're announcing the immediate availability of ShinobiGrids 2.0. Since the release of grids 1.1 we've had lots of good feedback from our users and ShinobiGrids 2.0 is the culmination of a lot of hard work to address the pain points we've been hearing about.