The project that I am working on at the moment utilises Core Data for storing data, and that meant that I would need to figure
Transient properties are properties on a NSManagedObject that are not persisted to the object store. They are calculated at runtime, usually on the basis of other property values. The classic example would be for a
Person object, generating a
fullName property that is not persisted to the object store as both
lastName are, so it can be composed at runtime.
Ben Brooks posted some thoughts on the good and the not so good aspects of iOS 7. I have to take task with some of
Overview The following is an overview of how I approach Test Driven Development (TDD) for iOS projects. I use Kiwi as my TDD tool of
Finally managed to get the iOS 7 over-the-air update overnight after it became available from 6pm UK time. I’ve not got a brilliant connection on
Now here is some news that I think many have been clamouring for for many a year. Microsoft has never been the same since the departure of Bill Gates, and you might argue even for some time before that. Microsoft had a monopoly on the PC industry for a long time, and that as been squandered throughout the current millennium.
If your wondering where in the world I am, and my location maps seems to be at odds with reality, here is an explanation.
A great keynote from Apple, lots of new things to look at and ponder, but a few awkward moments too.
Well its that time of the year again, you can’t be an Apple fan and run a blog without the obligatory predictions of what Apple
After struggling over a custom UIControl implementation for iOS, I decided to take a little time out to play and learn more about design patterns and approaches in Objective-C. This exercise was the basis for learning a great deal about how I approach the design of a solution, and I hope it will benefit my other developments.