Dear IOS developers, Please Ignore 3-Finger Taps

Updated on Mar 17, 2019 ・1 min read

One of IOS's many great accessibility features is zoom.

You can activate and deactivate it by double tapping with 3 fingers. Apps that seem to be built with Apple's UIKit handle this well, but I often accidentally activate buttons or perform other unwanted actions in apps that use some other UI library. This is also the case in games, where I like to zoom in to read small text, or see game elements in more detail.

I understand that accessibility isn't always the most exciting part to work on, especially in games, but it really makes a difference!



Sorry to everyone who gets battery anxiety from seeing my screenshot :).

Classic DEV Post from Feb 22

What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most?

Trying to compile a list of software engineering books about that software or those products that we enjoyed most when we were younger and that are now history of software development.

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Sore eyes? now has dark mode.

Go to the "misc" section of your settings and select night theme ❤️

(There is also a pink mode)