If you’ve ever used NSLogs to help in your debug process, this description probably fits your process. You add a log statement in this code over here. You look further at the code and find that the problem is probably elsewhere, so you go down the chain of files and add more NSLogs. You do [...]
Chad and I couldn’t be happier with the newest version of Flickpad. Flickpad is an immersive photo experience that pulls your friends photos from Facebook and Flickr. Watch the video and get it on the App Store.
It’s been a long while since I’ve put out a post. In the meantime, I’ve been pumping out a couple iPhone and iPad apps. I wanted to share the cool apps we at Shacked made, so here they are. As always, I love comments and suggestions, so feel free to post in the comments below. [...]
Recently, my team had to shift focus in development slightly. Our changes required us to go back to the latest QA verified build in our source control repository (in our case Subversion). We started working off of this version to ensure that any new stuff was branching off from a verified source. There are some [...]
If you’re planning a trip to Hawaii, specifically O’ahu, then it can be a tough task to find which places to go (there are so many) and how to keep it affordable (most of those places cost a ton). But with some patience, and planning you can have a sweet trip to one of the [...]
After a great experience, I’m proud to release my new application, Mashduo. This was really a terrific experience. I had this idea for an app to take me and my friends iTunes library, do some fancy magic, and then tell each of us what songs the other person has that we don’t. I thought it would be [...]
If you haven’t heard of Universally Unique Identifiers or (UUIDs), they are a way to make a unique identifier for anything (possibly your database entries) from different locations without having to use a central server to create unique identifiers. As an example, you might want to create a unique identifier of your user inside your [...]
I transitioned from Powweb to MediaTemple over the last few days. I moved to MediaTemple mainly for a more reliable server, more professional hosting, better speeds, and to handle many domains in a better manner (plus the awesome control panel helped convinced me). I had really enjoyed my stay with Powweb, but it was just [...]
Just moved my servers over to MediaTemple. Just confirming this is all working.
There are a few ways to send email from a Cocoa app. A few frameworks let you directly send an email without the user ever having to do anything. In my development, I wanted to open Mail with a pre-constructed message and let the user edit the email in Mail before sending it. I had [...]