Archive for 2015
Bug fix upgrade 2.3.3 of Startupizer is now available. Recommended for all customers.
Bug fix upgrade 2.3.2 of Startupizer is now available. Recommended for all customers.
Did you ever wanted to work in a great team while giving back to developer community? Now’s your chance: I’m gathering a group of developers that would contribute to appledoc!
I was playing with Reactive Cocoa and Swift 2 lately and came upon common
UITableViewCell reuse problem that I could solve in very elegant way. I’ll describe the problem and my solution for it in this blog post.
In fall a friend and me were working on an application called Alarm which was released recently. The application was made as part of Hone toolset and we were one of the teams that got early access as means of external evaluation and bringing in real world feedback during development process. In this blog post I’ll write about this experience.
In this post I’ll talk about MVVM - Model, View, View Model - pattern as another solution to massive view controller.
When I first started developing on Apple’s platforms (around april 2005), I was immediately impressed by strong architectural patterns embedded into core frameworks. It was part of that attention to detail Apple was and still is notorious for. It spreads into everything they do, from hardware, to software as well as SDK under the hood. In this blog post I’ll talk about one of those patterns and more specifically - problems it may bring and how to deal with them.