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Difference between the various Apple certificate names

Perhaps it is just me, but I can never remember the differences between the various names that Apple uses for its development/distribution certifications – particularly theRead More

Automatic Migration of Core Data database within Sandbox

I recently made some core data modifications to LogDiver – my excellent log parsing tool and planned to use Automatic Migration to migrate existing databases. !!!Read More

XcodeExplorer – Checking out the controls

So, assuming you have a great idea to extend some existing behaviour in Xcode4 using a plugin, how do you know what type of objects thereRead More

Xcode4 Folder Structure

To me, the default Xcode folder layout looks like a lunatic developer has just vomited a hundred files into a single folder. This post describes theRead More

XcodeExplorer – Monitor Xcode4 internals

XcodeExplorer XcodeExplorer is a quick and dirty Xcode4 plugin that allows you to watch and filter the various NSNotification events that are triggered as you useRead More

Common Xcode4 Plugin Techniques

Common Xcode4 Plugin Techniques This tutorial explores the next steps for writing your own Xcode4 plugin. An earlier article describes how to create a project thatRead More

Creating an Xcode4 Plugin

Creating an Xcode4 Plugin This tutorial describes the steps to create a very simple Xcode4 plugin project. Note that there is no formal support for XcodeRead More

Hours, Minutes and Seconds in NSPredicateEditor

The NSPredicateEditor is an excellent control that can be used to quickly give your users the ability to build up an NSPredicate. I recently added oneRead More

Cloning third-party git repositories in Xcode4

Ever been confused about how to effectively compile and link third-party libraries that you may have cloned from github, bitbucket, et al? This post post describesRead More

Creating a library to be shared between iOS and Mac OS X

One of the projects I am working on at the moment could possibly be deployed to the iPhone, iPad and Mac OS X. There is quiteRead More


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