By Matt Legend Gemmell on May 9, 2010
A friend of mine recently asked how many simultaneous touch events the iPad supported; I wasn’t sure, so I promised to write some code to conduct an experiment and find the answer. I got around to doing so, and the answer is: eleven.
By (author unknown) on May 5, 2010
I am an unabashed partisan of the Web — its architecture, culture, and
content. I’m proud to have played a very small part in shaping bits of the
machinery and having contributed probably too many words to that content
But as for HTML5? It’s a good enough thing to the extent
it turns out to work. But nothing terribly important depends on it.
By Marcus Zarra on May 3, 2010
I have posted and discussed this file a few times but as with all things it has been touched, tweaked, and generally improved upon.
In this article we will discuss the latest iteration of my
Prefix.pch file. As with anything I post, it is available for you to use as you see fit.
By Geoffrey Goetz on April 20, 2010
All too often an iPhone application’s launch sequence is an overlooked detail. The most common approach is to misuse the provided Default.png file as a splash screen. As it turns out, this detailing of an application is more than a little challenging if you want to get it right and stay within Apple’s guidelines.
By adamwulf on April 9, 2010