Monthly Archives: December 2009

Objective-C: NSNotification: an alternative to delegation

NSNotification: an alternative to delegation 12 Sep 2009     Sometimes, delegation is not sufficient to a task. This will occur when you need to notify multiple objects of an event. The only way to do that using delegation is … Continue reading

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Objective-C: Another article on Using custom delegates

Using custom delegates in Objective-C 01 Aug 2009   On Stack Overflow there has been some interest in how to use the Delegate design pattern in Objective-C. Of course, the first step in any search should be to read Apple’s … Continue reading

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Objective-C: Simulating slow network speeds

Tis’ the holiday to be lazy… Sorry guys, holiday season and thus I have been a bit slack on my blog postings. Anyhow, a free little Christmas gift for you all. If you want to simulate on your iPhone Simulator, … Continue reading

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Objective-C: EXC_BAD_ACCESS

Just a quick XCode/Objective-C pointer, for those of you who happen to come across the familiar console error EXC_BAD_ACCESS.  I will be working on an overview tutorial regarding Memory Management, but for now, this quick set of notes would help you generally … Continue reading

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Coldbox Elastic Servers

ColdBox, a fantastic framework that sits ontop of Coldfusion (actually CFML as Coldfusion is Adobe’s patented CFML engine) have released an Elastic Server, or Virtual Server consisting of ColdBox/Railo(Resin). This will surely help you get started with CFML. I’ve had some issues setting up … Continue reading

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Objective-C: FIXME, TODO and ???

A quick X-Code tip for those Objective-C heads up there.  There are four different comment tags we can use when coding in XCode, that will allow us to to navigate the source code with some handy pointers. The tags are … Continue reading

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Free Objective-C iPhone Lectures

I just thought i’d make mention of an excellent iTunes U  resource for those wishing to learn to become iPhone developers.  Stanford University has provided a good list of video lectures which are an excellent starting point, and it’s all for free!. All … Continue reading

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