Tag: Xcode

Accessibility on iOS

Implementing accessibility in iOS applications. It only takes minutes to make your software usable to an audience with a few changes in Interface Builder.

Debugging & Monitoring iPhone HTTP and HTTPS Requests

As I write this, I’ve been working on an iPhone application that is very reliant on Internet connectivity. One of the challenges I encountered early in the development of this application was debugging the HTTP requests I was making and the responses I was getting back from the server. One of the requirements is that […]

Incrementing Version and Build Numbers with Xcode

“How can we automate our build number in this project? Perhaps a python or AppleScript?” I get this question a lot. I contract out my development services to companies who need Mac, iPhone, or iPad software designed and developed. Many of these companies have lots of Windows developers on board full-time and contract out their […]

How to Completely Uninstall Xcode

I hit a really odd bug last night. I mean, really, really odd. One of those bugs that keeps you up until 4am and you go to bed defeated. I came into the office today and had another engineer sit with me as I went through my code explaining what I was doing hoping that […]