Doing Gradients from Left to Right

This is how I managed to create a gradient from left to right:

CAGradientLayer *gradient = [CAGradientLayer layer];
gradient.frame = view.bounds;
gradient.startPoint = CGPointZero;
gradient.endPoint = CGPointMake(1, 0);
gradient.colors = @[(id)[UIColor blackColor].CGColor, (id)[UIColor whiteColor].CGColor];
[view.layer insertSublayer:gradient atIndex:0];

Using Copy Instead of Strong in NSString Properties

Take a look at this to know the difference and importance of using copy instead of strong on NSString properties

Sharing Data Between View Controllers Using Singleton

This is how I managed to share data between my views on a tab bar controller.

Setting Light Content Status Bar in UINavigationController

This is how I set my status bar color in one of my projects that has a UINavigationController. Tyson’s answer made it work for me.

Using Reachability Manager to Handle Network Activity

This is the reachability manager that I used to handle network activity in one of the projects I’m working on.—mobile-18299

Animating UITableViewCell like Google Plus

Saw this post on how to mimic the animation effect that Google Plus did on their app. See the answer by Vivek Rajanna:

Detecting Which UIButton is Tapped in UITableView

I used the accepted answer in this post to detect the button that was tapped inside a UITableView

Fade Array of Images

This is one of the methods on how to fade an image:

Remove UINavigationBar Color or Image When Presenting Mail Composer in iOS 7

This is how I removed my navigation bar image when presenting the mail composer. The answer by SoftDesigner worked for me.

Add Login Credentials When Loading UIWebView

In one of my projects, I needed to open a UIWebView that needs a login credentials to open or function properly. This is how I did it. The accepted answer is the one that made it work: