The holy array — like the holy swiss cheese — is an array that’s full of holes. Sometimes they’re called sparse arrays. You can use this kind of arrays instead of dictionaries to save some memory when you know that you’ll only be using small nonnegative integer as keys.
Apparently enabling garbage collection in News Anchor 2.4.6 Beta 1 did more harm than good. Thus I’m releasing News Anchor 2.4.6 Beta 3 that fixes the issue.
Elegantly handle C-style callbacks with Objective-C blocks. Reduce clutter, improve readability, and a really cool way of wrapping those clunky callback style that’s more than 20 years old!
News Anchor 2.4.6 Beta 1 is out and fixes a compatibility issue with a future version of Mac OS X.
Coverage on the iOS Dev Scout event on March 2012 with my commentaries. The primary topics were iOS in-app purchasing and test-driven development.
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 […]
Apparently Apple’s Cocoa method availability documentation is not enough to determine whether something will work on an earlier version of Mac OS X. That is, avoiding 10.6-only methods doesn’t ensure that your application will also work flawlessly in 10.5. As a first-time Mac developer programming an application on Snow Leopard that is also targeted for […]
My slides about native iPhone development, presented in Singapore PHP User’s Group meet-up.