Apple’s release of ARC has made a lot of memory management code much easier to write. It can, however, introduce headaches when including legacy libraries or classes. If you’re using ARC in a lot of projects, you’ve probably come across this issue where code in your project (or static library) has all of the legacy retains and releases that we used to know and love. Luckily, there is a way around needing to refactor all of these files.
Our App Store debut was a major success -
On Sept 2nd we released our first app on the App Store. Its name is ‘По кината’ (po kinata) and is about movies and where to watch them. It lists the movie listings in 11 Bulgarian cities,…
Zach Waugh: How I name my apps -
For the last couple of apps I’ve made, I’ve been creating a sort of mind map to help me come up with the name. Finding a good name for an app is hard, but having a somewhat formal and repeatable process has made it much easier for me.
I say “sort of” mind map, because there aren’t really any…
MySQL ERROR 1005 Can’t create table (errno: 121) -
ERROR 1005 (HY000): Can’t create table ‘my_db.my_table’ (errno: 121)
When you get an error like this one, you have only one choice – start cursing the genius who thought that error description is…
Free themes for Yii Framework -
I stumbled upon a site offering free themes for Yii Framework and – as we at JI Apps are huge fans of Yii – rushed over there to download a few for testing. Those of you who expect WordPress…
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