Swift for the Server?

There’s been a lot of chatter this week about Swift, Apple’s big bomb on the developer community at this week’s WWDC.  It’ll be interesting to see how things play out on the desktop… whether Objective-C give up its title to the new contender.  But my speculation is that Swift is eventually going to make a […]

Removing Settings.bundle from an iOS application

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 […]