With Xcode 4 came the concept of a workspace that allows multiple projects to be grouped together. Each workspace gets a unique set of symbol indexes, build products, window layouts, etc., otherwise referred to by Xcode as derived data. Since a single project can belong to more than one workspace this derived data is not contained under the individual project directory. This post explains how you could clean derived data.
I have been using Mantle for JSON serialisation for quite some time now. I loved it because it appeared to be a clean way to handle JSON objects. However somethings have changed in version 2.0. This is not an attempt to criticise the changes but an attempt to give a heads up before you update.
There are number of services available online for this task. Most of them are free too. But did you know that you can do the same with your Safari browser? I recommend it to be more safe on the privacy side as no third party will see the content you make PDFs out of.
Gone are the days where Xcode generated the manifest for you when you archive for enterprise distribution. So it is more or less a manual process now and below is a sample manifest. Just Create a .plist file (can use Xcode for this) using the following keys and values appropriately.
The symposium was held on 2nd of January 2015 at University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. Academics and industry experts participated the event from Universities like University of Colombo and Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT). The keynote speech was given by Prof. Rohini Paranavitana (emeritus professor, department of Sinhala university of Colombo). This year’s topics were mostly based on languages Sinhala and Tamil with the absence of representatives from other south Asian countries.
Just finished watching WWDC 2014 and thought I might have slightly different opinion than of Tim regarding Apple’s success. Tim boasts about user base of both iOS 7 and Mavericks comparing Android and Windows 8. Can a user base only be an indicator of its success?
Today when I typed in mail.yahoo.com in my browser (that’s what I normally type to log in to my mail) it took me yahoo.com. I’m started to think that they are quite serious about marketing other than identifying it as a bug. It is not the only change I saw so far. I have listed some interesting changes they have made below.