1.) Go to http://rentzsch.github.io/mogenerator/ and download mogenerator. You could also install mogenerator via homebrew if you'd like too. Instructions are below the download image (as shown below):
2.) After downloading the mogenerator DMG file, mount the image by double-clicking on it and then click on the package file to start installing it. Let the installer run and finish.
In last night's Professional iOS Development class, we were introduced to mogenerator and was asked to complete an in-class exercise on getting mogenerator to work.
Right away, the first thing that came to my mind was, what is mogenerator? After a few searches and readings, here's my explanation for what mogenerator is:
I've been trying to figure out how to use ADNKit along with my team in our Professional iOS Development course to create a simple app that uses the ADNKit framework. So far, it's been fairly difficult considering there aren't a lot of in-detail tutorials or documentation on ADNKit, so we've had to rely on what we already know and any of the few resources that we come upon. Provided are some of the resources that have been helpful in understanding ADNKit and how to use it.
If you followed the previous tutorial then proceed with this tutorial to create a simple app that will post to your ADN feed.
If you DID NOT follow the previous tutorial, this tutorial may not help out as much, but feel free to use it too.
Step 1.) Import the ADNKit headers
Make sure you import the ADNKit headers into where you will be using the ADNKit.
Should look something similar to:
I wrote this tutorial when we were asked to add ADNKit and get it working in a demo app. If there's anything that could make this better, please let me know.
Step 1.) Figure out where you want the ADNKit library files to sit
Open up your command-line tool (i.e. Terminal) and navigate to where you would like to clone the ADNKit repository. For example, if I'm going to clone the repository into a directory I've named "iOS_libraries" that's inside a directory called "Development", I'm going to enter the following into the terminal:
One of the exercises was to create a collection view that would display the numbers 1-1000 in each cell. How did I do it?
Using the following tutorials, I was able to learn a bit on how to create collection views programmatically and then insert a numeric value from 1-1000 into each cell: