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CocoaPods Hits 1 Millon Downloads

by Matt McComb on  Dec 11, 2014

Orta Therox, a core contributor to the CocoaPods project, last week announced that the project has now topped 1 million downloads. This announcement rounds off a year which has seen significant developments in the project and growth in its user base.

A/B Testing for Mobile Applications

by Ralph Winzinger on  Nov 29, 2013

Best.ly offers support for A/B-testing mobile applications without the need for code changes and resubmitting to an app store. Currently, there is only a native library for the iOS platform but libraries for the Android eco-system are already in development and will be available soon. Experiments can be administrated online, adjusted during runtime and monitored in realtime.

JSON Validation Roundup

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 15, 2013 2

Create any “flexible” or “extensible” file format and sooner or later a group of developers will start complaining about validation. For JSON, several options are starting to spring up.

Daniel Jebaraj on Succinctly ebooks

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Feb 15, 2013 4

Daniel Jebaraj shares with InfoQ the idea behind the launch of Succinctly series ebook and also shared the future roadmap.

Twitter Open Sources Clutch

by Abel Avram on  Oct 12, 2012 1

Clutch enables developers to write hybrid applications for iOS and to run A/B test experiments on iOS and Android devices.

Converting Java to Objective-C with Google’s J2ObjC

by Abel Avram on  Sep 14, 2012 2

Google has open sourced J2ObjC, a transpiler converting Java source code to Objective-C/C++ source code for the iOS platform.

JetBrains releases AppCode, an IDE for Objective-C

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 27, 2011

JetBrains has released AppCode 1.0, their first release of an Objective-C IDE. It requires Mac OSX 10.5 or above. It requires the Apple Developer Tools to be installed (in order to access the simulator and developer headers) but provides more advanced refactoring and code smell detection. AppCode has a free 30-day trial, and discounted licenses until December 31st.

Automatic Reference Counting in Objective-C

by Alex Blewitt on  Jun 16, 2011 3

A document has appeared on the Clang website describing requirements for Automatic Reference Counting in Objective-C. This provides a service, akin to C++'s auto, which allows objects to automatically take part in the retain/release/autorelease cycle without requiring the user to do anything explicitly about it.

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