One of the main questions people have when using CoreData is how to organize their contexts. This theme always causes fired up debates of what is the best technique. In the following links you can find an explanation of main approaches and some pitfalls. http://www.cocoanetics.com/2012/07/multi-context-coredata/ http://cutecoder.org/programming/multithreading-core-data-ios/ http://floriankugler.com/blog/2013/4/29/concurrent-core-data-stack-performance-shootout
iOS 5 brought a new way of organising your contexts(parent0-child) but be aware it also brought some interesting bugs: http://wbyoung.tumblr.com/post/27851725562/core-data-growing-pains#notes
A cool font and even better iOS integration.
Edit and OnMotion authors partner up in Portugal to provide a Tablet / Mobile Design & Development (iOS 4) training.
Interesting info-graphics about operating systems. Via: Cell Phones
Formação de IPhone.
I finally got some time to develop and publish my first (personal) application in the App Store: Geo Alert is a simple alert application that uses locations instead of time to trigger an alarm. The typical usage it’s while commuting and you want to be alerted when you are arriving to a certain destination. You […]
Last week Microsoft launched the gold version of the windows phone 7 OS and developer tools. Some time ago I went to the presentation of the Windows Phone 7 for developers in the Microsoft Portugal office. Here are my views on this new mobile platform. Overview: The Windows Phone 7, will be official launched to end users […]
This is a presentation I did last month for The Virtual Worlds class for the FCSH University. It’s about mobile applications, the systems available, the general trends and what’s hot in each trend. Hope you enjoy it.