AppleScript is a great technology on macOS for both developers and power users. It allows users to create automated processes which work other apps. As a developer though, sometimes you want a build an app in Xcode with the power of AppleScript without the need to have separate script files.
This year was packed with plenty of announcements but rather than list each one; I wanted to write about the five big takeaways in the Keynote. These indicate where Apple thinks technology is moving: and where the company wants to move forward.
Have you ever had a difficult time getting all the correct sizes rendered for your graphics when you are developing an app in Xcode?
With the release of iOS 10, many changes are coming to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Here are the important ones to take note of:
Here are quick predications for the Apple Event tomorrow.
Apple is still coming out with updates to their API as Xcode approaches the final release of 8.0. As we begin developing Tagmento, here are the latest list of changes we noticed with Beta 6.
Last year we partnered with Cheeney Media Concepts to port their medical education app CME Genius over to iOS. Recently we talked with Kristoffer Bakken, Lead Mobile, and Web Developer at Cheeney Media Concepts about their experience.
I was the guest on Michigan Mobile Musings last Friday, July 29th 2016. Michigan Mobile Musings is a great podcast hosted and produced by Melissa Birnie which highlights all things mobile in Michigan.