Problem : let’s say you want to have a zone tht’s partially transparent and you want to know if a hit is on the non-transparent zone or not. Under Mac OS X, you can use several methods to do so, but on the iPhone, you’re on your own. Believe it or not, but the solution […]
While making RemoteTickets, I had to depend heavily on NSURL. For some reason, it didn’t work with Dam’s RT system. After a couple hours of debugging, here’s the thing: NSURL doesn’t work as expected. URLWithString:relativeToURL: Creates and returns an NSURL object initialized with a base URL and a relative string. + (id)URLWithString:(NSString *)URLString relativeToURL:(NSURL *)baseURL […]
This project is not secret anymore… For years now I have been using RT (from bestpractical) to track bugs/issues/ideas with my various projects. I like the simplicity of it, and I like the fact that it’s email- and web- editable. With the huge number of things I had to track, and their somewhat urgent nature, […]
WIT 1.2 has been approved! Check it out on the AppStore Revamped UI, a new map navigation tool, and some adjustments.
What Is That is out! For the past few months, in between projects and during unsocial hours, my project partner and I have been toying with the concept, fine tuning the tech and testing testing testing. Two points in particular took us a long time and make me really proud of my work: You can […]
I was reading John Gruber’s piece on Opera Mini, and although, as usual, John is pretty thorough with his analysis, the last sentence made me jump. Again, though, just because an app doesn’t violate the rules doesn’t mean Apple will accept it. It kind of invalidates everything everybody says or writes about the AppStore. And […]