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HTML and JavaScript rendering on mobile devices is quite a bit of a performance difference than native code. This post is all about how to get HTML and JavaScript under control, to have that close-to-native feel in your HTML-based web apps.

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Ensuring View Controllers always displayed in the desired orientationThe problem arises that one view controller is portrait (or landscape) only, and everything else can be rotated. Then when navigating to that one controller, the view is incorrect and it tries to display in landscape... to undesired results. There is a solution!

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the path to memory efficiency as represented by an iPhone background image as a path in the forest, which is convered up by the slide to unlock barUIViewControllers are great for displaying and managing views. However, I find that once memory issues come into play, the experience can degrade. Also, memory management with the didReceiveMemoryWarning and viewDidUnload methods do not have any best practices in the Apple documentation. This is an example of how to provide a consistent experience utilizing the built–in memory methods in a UIViewController.

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UIViewControllers are wonderful pieces of code to help follow the MVC and control what those sneaky views are up to. Trouble begins when UIViewControllers stop taking care of their own (another UIViewController).

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