Here is a document class replacement for managing your library-style app based on Core Data. All the goodness of NSDocument / UIDocument with just the right functionalities when you don’t need to expose document-management functionality to your users.
If your users needs a precomposed e-mail with attachments, now you can easily do it on the Mac with a few lines of code
How to share common code between OS X and iOS and architect your app to dance around each platform’s similarities and differences.
Are you yearning for Flurry Analytics or Google Mobile Analytics for your Mac OS X application? Seek no more as your day is saved!
Do you know why it’s so hard to gain access to an SQL database from a Mac App? Here’s why and the solution to your database access woes. Warning: it’s slightly off-beat and rad.
Is your Cocoa app plagued by “unrecognized selector sent to instance” exceptions when consuming JSON data? Is your app not resilient to minor server-side JSON API changes? Here’s how to fix your JSON woes in your Objective-C project.
Turbocharged OS X scroll view component that supports “pull-to-refresh” on at the top and bottom edges – perfect for a timeline display view component.
Get your Cocoa app to recognize verbs, nouns, or even people and company names using NSLinguisticTagger. Listen to what other cool stuff that this nifty yet lesser known class can do for you.
Cocoa’s document architecture envisions that a window should only handle one document. However library-type applications may need one window to handle multiple documents so that the user can easily switch between libraries without restarting the application. Here’s how you can hack AppKit so that a single window handle multiple documents.
The pervasive use of blocks and new nested context in iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion paved the path to a whole new way of multithreading. Apple has lifted yet another barrier to use Core Data for applications that needs to run on multiple threads. This article teach you how to effectively write multi-threaded apps that uses Core Data as it’s backing store.
Are you having trouble sandboxing your app for the Mac App Store? I did and here is my experience on sandboxing News Anchor that uses Apple’s PubSub framework and didn’t play well with the sandbox. This cost me a DTS ticket and you will want to pay attention if your app also consumes RSS/ATOM feed data.