Category Archive: Apple

[Feature Request] Audio Comments in Xcode? That would be great!

So I have had this idea for a while. The idea is simple. Audio comments in your favourite IDEs, such as Xcode. What do I mean by that? Well, think about all the… Continue reading

String enums in Objective-C

Note: I have written a newer and better solution to this problem in a new video, which you can watch by clicking here. Sooo a lot of programmers think enumeration items cannot be strings,… Continue reading

The REAL location of the CIFilter in OS X Mountain Lion (Development)

So you are trying to use CIFilter for the first time and the documentation tells you that this class sits in the following location? Library/Frameworks/CoreImage.framework The documentation is LYING its ass off to… Continue reading

xcrun is an absolute mess

So I just ran this command: xcrun -sdk iphoneos –run PackageApplication -v “build/Release-iphoneos/testing.app” -o “/users/vandadnp/Desktop/” -s “iPhone Distribution: Pixolity Ltd.” –embed “/Users/vandadnp/Library/MobileDevice/Provisioning Profiles/Pixolity_Wildcard_Ad_Hoc.mobileprovision” To sign a simple app and package it into an… Continue reading

Building and Running Python Scripts with Xcode 4.x

Note: There is an update to this article, posted on the 11th of July 2013. You can find this article here: Build and Run Python Scripts Using Xcode 5 So you have installed Python… Continue reading

Screen Resolution SmackDown – 2012 Retina MacBook Pro and 2009 MacBook Pro

Here is the SmackDown between the 2012 Retina MacBook Pro and the 2009 MacBook Pro’s screens: Mid 2009 MacBook Pro Retina MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) Login Screen   iTunes 1   iTunes 2… Continue reading

Size Comparison Between Retina MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) vs MacBook Pro (Mid 2009)

I put together a few photos that I’ve taken of my two MacBook Pro machines that I have. Left hand side: Mid 2009 MacBook Pro Right hand side: Retina MacBook Pro (Mid 2012).… Continue reading

Find cpp, c++, clang++ and clang in Xcode 4.3.x and Higher

  So you have some scripts that use “cpp”, “c++” or “clang” and etc but you cannot find them in your path? Not to worry, read on… With OS X Lion and sandboxing,… Continue reading

Installing Git on Mac OS X

If you want to install Git on your OS X Lion, whether you have Xcode or not, you can head to: http://git-scm.com/download There choose your platform and the install process will start automatically.… Continue reading

Spell checking in iOS 6

It seems like Apple has finally disabled spell checking by default in iOS 6. That can be good and bad. Most iOS apps have not mentioned in their code that they require spell… Continue reading