By Daniel Jalkut on September 9, 2010
One of the big new features in MarsEdit 3 is a revamped media manager that allows you to easily browse local libraries from iPhoto, Aperture, etc.
This functionality is based largely on the great work of the iMedia project, which was spearheaded by Karelia to replicate Apple’s own ubiquitous media browsing interface, some variant of which is available in Pages, iWeb, Mail, etc.
By Chad Dickerson on August 5, 2010
By adamwulf on August 2, 2010
By Matt Legend Gemmell on July 31, 2010
MGSplitViewController is an open source replacement for UISplitViewController, with various useful enhancements.
Here’s a demonstration video hosted on YouTube. It’s better if you watch it in full HD.
I wrote MGSplitViewController for my own use, but I’m making it available (as usual) for the benefit of the iOS developer community, because I care about this community and about the platform.
By Marcus Zarra on July 15, 2010
Just a quick post to point out a great article written by Nick Harris of NewsGator fame. He has looked into the issues with Core Data and encryption.
By Jesper on July 12, 2010
So, Google released App Inventor, and my first instinct is that I hate the apps it will create with every fiber of my being. People will start putting together components in ways that they don’t understand, and the tool is either too powerful to use simply or too simple to be powerful. The apps will not be designed to handle failure, the apps will not have those cute features that turn out indispensable and I’ll be damned if they’re going to feel intuitive to use.