I have built a lot of apps that do notifications. On iOS there are two types of notifications that will show a message to the user – local notifications and push notifications.
The new iPhone 5S, iPad Air and iPad Mini all now use Apple’s A7 64 bit processor. Just like the introduction of the 64 bit Intel Macs, developers need to update their apps for 64 bit compatibility. If your app was coded well, this means minimal effort and not requiring many code changes.
I’m currently writing a program which takes input and simulates it back out as keyboard presses.
It’s quite easy, and can be done like so.
Safari applications seem to have a different scope between your target html page and main.js end script. This means that if you wish to inject a control onto your screen which calls a function in your main.js script it will not work because the two can’t see each other.
There’s a lot of MD5 iOS solutions floating around out there. From the ones I’ve seen, they all have a common problem. They all assume you want to MD5 an NSData instance, meaning all of the data must be in memory in order to digest it.
Now this will work in most cases, but say you want to MD5 a 1 gigabyte file… on an iPhone. You’re probably going to have a few problems.
Automatic is a Bluetooth Low Energy device that plugs into the ODB diagnostics port of most cars manufactured from 1996 onwards to provide data that changes driving behaviour.
One of the most common question app developers usually ask themselves is, ‘what is the most efficient way to reach out to my customers?’ Or, ‘how do I known my customers really want the app which I’m currently building. Building an app that brings market attention and generates wealth requires that you fret over both
Over the Christmas holidays I was building an app in my own time and came across a bit of a common problem I wanted to solve – multiple PNG exports all at different sizes for graphics in an iOS app.
In this quick tutorial I’m going to lead you through listening for bluetooth connections and disconnections on Android using a BroadcastReceiver.
I am hoping that you guys have read my previous blog where i explained the termonologies related to Glass. In this blog i’ll be explaining how to set up a project in Android Studio for Google Glass. So before you start developing there are few perquisites to follow up. These are – Step 1 Make