Yesterday I went the entire day without news, and I survived. That’s right. I did not watch news, read news, or hear any news for the entire day.
I have found these services that support mobile app distribution. I have only used TestFlight so far because it is the only free service. TestFlight HockeyApp AppBlade Knappsack I am looking for another free service like TestFlight that supports other platforms besides iOS and Android. I would also like to distribute private Tizen apps but have not … Continue reading App Distribution Sites
Getting a new developer up to speed on an existing team is an important job and must be done quickly and effectively. Doing that on an iOS team is even more time critical, due to the shortened nature of typical iOS projects. This process can be very time consuming and can be frustrating to the new … Continue reading The iOS Developer Handbook
I was looking at this Git check-in today and notice many changes that showed up in the diff that were not really changes. I am not sure why diff identified them as changes, but maybe some tabs were converted to spaces or something like that. When lines of code are identified by diff as changed, … Continue reading Git diffs that are nothing
Yesterday I published my first CocoaPod for the LAWalkthrough class, a view controller class for iOS designed to simplify the creation of the walkthrough design pattern. This class was inspired by the screenshots displayed at http://www.mobile-patterns.com/walkthroughs by Mari Sheibley. It is simple to use and requires very little code to implement a nice looking walkthrough. It … Continue reading LAWalkthrough – a view controller class for iOS
There are so many features added to mobile apps these day that just are not needed. They cost a lot of time and money to build, and take away from wonderful new features that user's could enjoy. I have listed my top five (5) favorite features that are not needed in your mobile apps. When … Continue reading 5 Features Your App Does Not Need