Safari on iOS 7 and HTML5: problems, changes and new APIs | Breaking the Mobile Web

Fantastic rundown on what the Safari changes in iOS7 mean for mobile web developers.

12 New and Hidden Settings in iOS 7 – The Mac Observer

I’ll be throwing up a bunch of links today as it’s iOS 7 launch day.

Apple Secure Enclave: What is Apple’s new Secure Enclave and why is it important? – Quora

Good rundown of the history and the technical elements behind the Secure Enclave for those fingerprints you are going to store when using Touch ID.

How to create a web app that looks like a iOS7 native app (Part 1)

Fantastic detailed rundown of creating a webapp that looks like iOS7. Looking forward to the remaining parts in the series.

Devloper product owners or what I would call deputy PO/PM’s

This is a great article outlining some successes in regards to blurring the lines of rigid Agile or SCRUM.

What’s discussed here is empowering developers to own epics and be involved in there scoping, development, tracking and release readiness.

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9 Tips for Taking Better Photos with Your Camera Phone

Some good tips in this… Thinking of the soon to be released iPhone 5s and the features of its camera and you can see some points in this list being addressed to make taking good photos even easier.

Rails Time Zone Select (time_zone_select) Australian Priority

Handy little bit that I picked up when using the time_zone_select form helper.

You’re able to set priority zones that appear at the top of the timezone select list so for my app I was looking to have the Australian timezones appear at the top.

For the US they provide a neat little method:

<%= f.time_zone_select :time_zone, ActiveSupport::TimeZone.us_zones %>

But for other countries the way of implementing this is different, and here’s what I found works:

<%= f.time_zone_select :time_zone, /Australia/ %>