Dealing with MKMapView’s Google logo with translucent toolbars
One of the iPhone applications I’ve written, Parking Mobility, is primarily a map-based application. Since the iPhone’s screen is so small, we want to maximize the screen real-estate while still providing navigation bars for users to interact with. To that end, the app uses a black-translucent navbar and toolbar at the top and bottom of the screen. In the past this has never been a problem, and most mapping applications do the same thing. I recently submitted a huge update to the app which is a complete re-write as a 100% native Objective-C based application (all vestiges of PhoneGap having been removed). With this latest submission though, we’ve run into problems.
Read on for more, and what I’ve done to (hopefully) get around this.
Continuous Deployment to CPAN
Recently I was working on a refactor of one of my CPAN modules which, among other things, involved changing its name from
Test::A8N to the specific
Test::Story. Doing so made me think about the process I usually go through when I consider releasing a CPAN module.