0
View Post
Black Magic & Document Merging in Objective-C

Black Magic & Document Merging in Objective-C

When we sat down to build a new feature into our Tap Inspect iOS application, we quickly realized that we had a very complicated problem to solve and would need to think outside of the box to keep the code efficient and manageable. Our final solution ended up taking us to a strange place in the Objective-C language that you have probably never ventured before (the dark side?).

Continue Reading →

0
View Post
Boosted Android Deployment With AirPair

Boosted Android Deployment With AirPair

I love helping people save time on their projects, and AirPair is a wonderful tool to help connect experts with people that can really use their help. I was recently featured on the AirPair blog for helping Scott from SERPS overcome some technical issues and get their first Android app into the Google Play store:

Scott is a serial entrepreneur and repeat AirPair customer. When he faced app deployment difficulties with his SERPS.com Android app, he used AirPair expert Jason Adams to help him out.

Scott spent a week being stuck before pairing up with Jason and resolving his issue in less than an hour. Once they solved the problem, they managed to deploy the app and publish it on the Google Play Store before their AirPair session was over.

Check out the full article here

 

146
View Post
How to get started with WebRTC and iOS without wasting 10 hours of your life

How to get started with WebRTC and iOS without wasting 10 hours of your life

(Updated 11/3/2014)

I┬árecently had the chance to play around with the new WebRTC framework, a really cool new technology that will eventually allow for point-to-point real-time video chat without plug-ins or extra software. Ideally this technology will be built into all modern browsers (it’s already in Chrome and Firefox!) but Apple is definitely dragging their feet. If you want to incorporate this technology into an iOS application, you need to directly use the WebRTC libraries that implement the protocol. Fortunately, an Objective-C implementation of just about everything exists and is free to use.
Continue Reading →

0
View Post
Ninjanetic Design releases ios2android, an image conversion tool to help Android developers

Ninjanetic Design releases ios2android, an image conversion tool to help Android developers

Ninjanetic Design is thrilled to announce that we have released a new open source tool to assist Android developers who are porting applications over from iOS. You can read the details and grab the code here on Github.

Continue Reading →

0
View Post
Featured on AirPair

Featured on AirPair

Our founder, Jason Adams, was recently featured on the blog for the expert pair-programming service AirPair as an iOS expert. AirPair is an amazing new service where you can “rent” an expert in a particular technology to help you overcome a technical problem through screen sharing. We are so excited to see their idea taking off. If only they had been around years ago when we really needed them…

Here is the article, and you can even watch Jason give an entire session.