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. <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>items</key> <array> <dict> <key>assets</key> <array> <dict> <key>kind</key> ...

I know its bit late but anyways... 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). ...

Test iPhone apps in iPad? In this post I’ll be covering few important things I think you should know if you decide to test apps made for iPhone/iPod in an iPad. You can't replicate application interruptions (such as a phone call or SMS text) as easily. To test iPhone app on iPad it must be iPhone-only app. Then you will be able to use ...

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Can Tim Cook boast about Apple’s success? - WWDC 2014 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? One good reason for most Apple users to be using the latest version could ...

New yahoo mail 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 ...

The following three lines of code will open a URL in an Android app. I'm guessing you cannot open a local html file using the same method in your browser. Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW,Uri.parse("http://www.google.com")); intent.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK | Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TASK); startActivity(intent);

iOS closes the active Wi-Fi connection after 30 minutes These days I’m involved developing an app (runs on both iPad and iPhone) that relies on Wi-Fi network a lot. I happen to notice that sometimes device looses its connection to the Wi-Fi network. Rest of the team was complaining that they have to keep on going to device settings to re-connect. This behavior is because iOS closes the ...

If you are experiencing automatic sign in to your Google services and you can't find the "stay signed in" checkbox when you sign out, you have come to the correct place for answers. Once Google pair up a device with an account you are required to go to the account chooser to undo it. You should get a link below ...

The truth about iOS7 being slow I have seen many posts describing the above fact, mostly regarding running iOS7 on older devices like the iPhone 4. One truth I found in all the stuff I read is the fact about how iOS7 loads its frameworks. As you all know iOS7 is designed for 64bit. Running 32bit apps might consume more memory than otherwise. Bit hard to ...

Arranging UI elements for iPad split keyboard It is a common practice to rearrange the UI Elements when the keyboard appears (if required). If you split the keyboard (Do the split gesture or long press the keyboard hide button) the keyboard notifications UIKeyboardDidShowNotification and UIKeyboardDidHideNotification will not get called. If you were wondering how could you re-arrange the UI to appear above the keyboard, the answer is ...

You can add/subtract days/months/years from an existing NSDate without much of complicated coding if you use NSCalendar and NSDateComponents. Following is an example how you can add a day to an existing NSDate. Notice that I have not bothered to check what the day is or the month or the year when arriving at the resulting date. Objective C handles ...

UIDatePicker and iOS7 If you haven't still noticed UIDatePicker has changed in iOS7. However any app compiled using the old xcode will still have the old date picker. The new picker is quite different so be aware of any usability issues. In my case the problem was that I couldn't see the picker at all because of the new colour scheme. So don't ...

If your program logic makes decisions based on time here are few things you need to remember. [NSDate date] will give you the GMT time and date. But this is calculated using the current device time. If the device time is wrong this value is also wrong. [[NSTimeZone systemTimeZone] name] will give the device time zone. e.g. Asia/Colombo [[NSTimeZone systemTimeZone]secondsFromGMT] ...

The following code will generate a primary key using the current time stamp, a character (I have used the character 'T' in this example) and a random number. I have used this to generate primary keys for database records. #include - (NSString *) getPrimaryKey{ NSDate *curDate = [[NSDate alloc]init]; NSTimeInterval inter = [curDate timeIntervalSince1970]; //return as double [curDate release]; NSString ...

Google Maps, Google Drive, Google This, Google That…. But there is always room for one more new arrival from Google, and now it is in the form of an app called Google Keyboard. Google's Android keyboard release carries gesture typing, which means you can glide through letters to form a word and can lift a finger to create a space. ...

Account access denied - paypal Just got an email with subject "Account access denied" from paypal (see screenshot below). The mail said that there have been an unauthorized access to my account and I'm required to verify my account by clicking on a link given in the mail. As a best practice I never click on links inside emails. I copy pasted the link in ...

Twitter tip - How to undo a retweet (web) Earlier in the morning I wanted to undo a retweet I did. It took me a while to figure out how to. Just posting it here for future use and for you who is reading this right now. 1. Find the tweet your retweeted. 2. Notice that the retweet link now says retweeted. 3. Click on it

You can make your NSViews auto arrange/resize according to its superview's size by setting appropriate values using NSView's setAutoresizingMask: method. For this example's sake I'll consider elements added as subviews to the contentView of the NSWindow. NSWindow can change its size when going into full screen, when the user clicks on the resize control (green button) and when the user ...

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