Archive for the 'iphone' Category
There are a couple of things that I had trouble with while using a boolean with Core Data. The first was how to update this attribute, and the second was how to properly test against it.
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The Erica/Alexis project is going quite well, despite my lack of new posts about it. I have a number of drafts in the queue, but for now, I give you visual evidence of the progress I’ve been making. Yes, I really love mini post-it notes:
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I wrote this entire blog on my iPad. It took twice the time to get it on the web as it took me to write it, and edit all images, in Pages on the iPad. No headphones? Really? The lack of headphones seems unnecessarily cheap, and very un-Apple. I mean, they gave us free water […]
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I’m on page 58 of the second edition of Erica Sadun’s “iPhone Developer’s Cookbook,” and here are the most important lessons I’ve learned so far: Zombies! What’s inside that XIB? The Clear Log Button Zombies! Did you know that, by default, your XCode project is NOT enabled to catch Zombies? And by zombies, I mean […]
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