iOS continues to evolve and we’re constantly looking to improve our code while providing rich user experiences. Here’s a few ideas people have had that continue to push the envelope in architectural design patterns.
Xcode Server is very nice and probably good enough for most people. However, sometimes you want a service to handle your CI. Here’s a very rough breakdown of some of them…
A cursory glance at user-feedback systems for iOS right now:
XCode4 is an extremely well designed development environment for iOS. But once in a while you hit upon a few quirks. If you’re developing an application and are experimenting with a Settings.bundle, then later decide to remove it, you may be pleasantly surprised to continue to find it in the iOS Simulator and on your […]
When getting feedback from your users, it’s important to know what version of your software they’re having problems with. Here’s a simple way to have an always incrementing build number in your project.