Monthly Archives: October 2011

List of iPhone URL Schemes

If you want to implement some cross-application connection in iOS, by making use of the following code snipped: [[ UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL: url]; Now, as for the URL bit, there is a really good repository of iPhone URL’s that can … Continue reading

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The Android fragmentation chart

Thanks to TechCrunch

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System monitor for your iPhone

A really great yet simple app for your iPhone that is only 99 cents. If you are accustomed to the Activity Monitor tool for your Mac, this is essentially the iOS equivalent without the need to jailbreak your phone. It … Continue reading

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Call some JSON and get code back, with Objectivity for Mac

I have been using a really interesting and funky application for my XCode development, a simple yet robust tool called  Objectivity for Mac. 

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Using constants with preprocessor directives

It is important when you work on your application, that you use a file to store all your application-wide constants, usually strings that you would normally store things such as: Server URL’s, for when you access a web service Key … Continue reading

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Getting the best out of your iPhone battery: straight from Apple

Paying attention to just a few commonsense pointers will pay off with a longer battery lifespan and battery life for your iPhone. The most important thing is to keep your iPhone out of the sun or a hot car (including … Continue reading

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Thoughts and Observations Regarding This Week’s iPhone 4S Event, Written Almost Entirely Before Wednesday’s Sad News, But Which the Time Has Come to Publish Because Life Goes On | Daring Fireball

A great article from Daring Fireball to explain why people should not be disappointed with the iPhone 4S release. Thoughts and Observations Regarding This Week’s iPhone 4S Event, Written Almost Entirely Before Wednesday’s Sad News, But Which the Time Has Come … Continue reading

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