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Git Client to Manage Remote Repositories on an iPad?

An iPad is the mobile computer of choice for casual computing. How about making quick fixes or other tasks to your git repository? Sure you can do that from an iPad – if using git on the command line is your thing. GUI lovers doesn’t have this luxury. Yet.

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Checklist for Publishing to the App Store

You’re about to submit an app to the Apple’s App Store, Android App Market, or Windows Phone Marketplace? STOP and read this article first before you do. A binary doesn’t make a product and here’s a checklist of the things that you need to have so that your product gets noticed.

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Blood & Glory: Invictus!

I’ve just completed all tournaments in Blood and Glory — all the free ones, that is. Read this article to find out more about the game, how I completed it, and how you can use my experience to improve your own game play.

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HackerSpace.sg: iOS Developer Meetup

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.

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Multithreading with Core Data on iOS

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 […]

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LifeHack: Achieve real multitasking on iOS

Let’s face it, multitasking doesn’t really exist on the iOS for third party apps. Even the new “multitasking” features of iOS 4.0 is only task switching — not real multitasking since 3rd party applications get frozen when it enters the background. For example, while the Dropbox app is downloading a large file, you can’t switch […]

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Smart Playlists not Syncing to iPod touch

Recently I gave my 80GB iPod Classic (Generation 5.5) to my girlfriend to help her to concentrate more at work. Music does help tune out unnecessary distractions that is typical of a cubical-style workplace (and open plan workspaces are worse). That leaves me with the 1st get iPod touch that I also use to develop […]

Feature sheets for Speech Timer and News Anchor

I’ve just submitted the feature sheets of Speech Timer and News Anchor to Scribd. Speech Timer Feature SheetSpeech Timer – the most comprehensive Toastmasters time keeper software for the iPhone and iPod touchSpeech Timer 1.6 Feature Sheet News Anchor Feature SheetNews Anchor is a new way to enjoy RSS feeds with text to speech.News Anchor […]

Native iPhone Development 101

My slides about native iPhone development, presented in Singapore PHP User’s Group meet-up.

iPhone rent-a-coder

A few times I get e-mails asking about iPhone development projects. Some of these are about they having an idea for an iPhone application and want someone to develop it. Others are promoting their training services on marketing my apps or even on the development side (seriously, why do I need to attend an iPhone […]

AirKill Update Delayed

AirKill Update Delayed

Strange as it may seem, the latest update to AirKill was rejected due to the word “beta” in the iTunes app store description.   Innocently I put the words “… anonymous beta tester…” as one of the commentaries in the app store description (the “beta tester” in question is actually one of my girlfriend’s colleague […]

Speech Timer for Public Speakers

This post was originally written for iPhone App Index. In my day job (yes, I still have one and no, writing iPhone apps doesn’t make you filthy rich) we have an in-house Toastmasters club where I’m a member in. Toastmasters is a kind of special interest groups where the members practice public speaking, which is typically […]

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