Bitcode. I just don’t buy it.

So Bitcode is all about little optimisations? Yeah, right. Read more →

Apple Watch and intimacy

Many people are writing off some of the WATCH features that were demonstrated as pure novelties. I think this is a mistake, if understandable given that these are rather new concepts.

Trying out indie dev on my pygmy pony

There’s a lot said about the troubles of being an indie iOS developer, with a recurrence doing the rounds at the moment. It’s fair to say that many consider it an ill-advised move, at least … Read more →

The journey from Objective-C to Groovy

A few weeks back I posted an entry called “The journey from Groovy to Objective-C”. Well at WWDC 2014 Apple announced their new language called Swift which is eerily similar to Groovy in many ways.

Proposal: How to bring upgrade pricing to your iOS and Mac apps

I was listening to Iterate 67 recently and there was discussion about Readdle‘s apps and how they work together. I was thinking about how they achieve this above and beyond some canOpenURL: smarts, and I … Read more →