Category: Objective-C

It’s almost time for WWDC17, this year in San Jose, CA instead of San Francisco. I haven’t been in several years because my lottery skills are obviously lacking. I managed to score one this year and I’m pretty excited. What …

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Recently I¬†had a project in a workspace to produce a framework of Objective-C and Swift code – supplied by someone else. I had a devil of a time getting it to build for me. And when I did, I tried …

keep it simple. Frameworks? Read More »

Good morning. At least it’s a good morning here. I have recently been exploring Bonjour in Swift – I have never investigated Bonjour as a concept as networking is one of the weaker areas of my coding ability. However recently …

Swift: Bonjour, NSNetService & IP Addresses Read More »

I happened upon a video presentation from Google I/O 2016 that I felt was interesting. It was called “Introducing Nearby: Physical proximity within and without apps – Google I/O 2016”. I present it here for your viewing convenience. At the …

Multi-platform API for Google Nearby Messages Read More »

Sometimes developing on a live backend is a royal pain in the ass, Yorkshire pudding included with gravy from lost puppy’s caramelized souls. Time goes by with an inability to get proper work done while waiting for this or that …

Developing with a live backend Read More »

I recently came across some labels in a design I’ve been working on that I originally deployed using¬†NSLineBreakMode.ByTruncatingTail. Conscious of a possible situation where text coming into the system might not properly fit. It works. But guess what? After looking …

Coding the extra mile Read More »

I have been buried in Android Studio for the past several months. Learning that from scratch didn’t come without it’s challenges and brief excitement. But I’ve really grown to loath Android development for many reasons that I won’t go into …

Back to iOS Development Read More »

If you’re like me and use many different tools, getting to them might take a tiny bit getting to. You might use Alfred (which is incredible), or you may use Spotlight in Mavericks or even better in Yosemite. You may …

A Mac OS X Finder trick for developers Read More »

WWDC catch up Today when I wasn’t performing some administration project documentation and work, I was watching WWDC 14 videos. I started off with some of the basic topics, like what’s new in Xcode 6, what’s new in this, what’s …

WWDC catch up, co-workers, and KMT magazine Read More »