I love Trac, but am moving my scm to git (instead of Subversion). My problem is getting a functional install of Trac with the git-Trac plugin working on my remote server. To solve that problem, I’m going to make sure first that I can get a fully functional version running locally. Here are my notes…. (more…)
I thought I was ready to dive into the functionality changes/fixes around views, but discovered an incompatibility in saving images in different formats that needed to be corrected first.
I was just reading some speculation about the rumored Apple Tablet, i.e. iSlate and had this thought about the “use case we’re missing”. Apple builds value by owing the whole experience and stack (hardware to software). As the cloud becomes more important to the mobile use case, will they look to own that as well? (more…)
Okay, I’m a foody. Now you know. We have a family tradition (fifth year, so it must be a tradition) to get together with friends that are also foodies and cook it up for Thanksgiving.
Unfortunately, we have developed a list of favorite, “must have” dishes, that I end up having to re-find every year. Enough is enough. Here they will be captured so I can just retrieve, print, shop and cook in the future. (more…)
After completing the conversion to 64-bit, MagicBrush-Photo is “broken” since it also relies on the 10.4 SDK and some behavior has changed in 10.6. Here are a few of the issues and problems that had to be overcome. (more…)
Okay, there are tons of sparkline libraries on the web (PHP, Python, Ruby, etc.) But it does not appear that anyone has implemented them within Cocoa on a Mac so the premiere content creation platform can easily generate these dense collections of information.
So, what would an extension on NSAttributedString look like so sparklines can be easily embedded in a standard text view?
For that matter, should there be a tagging system so data could be entered easily to render the sparkline?
Maybe a custom control that could be inlined in text?
The possibilities abound.
A quick post as I take a break from working on a new app for the iPhone.
It seems that last year, a month before WWDC there was already a buzz in the air around attending and getting a jump on the iPhone market.
I’m not seeing it this year. Anyone else feeling the same?
Working on my next iPhone App and exploring some infrastructure options. Here are links to a few resources I’ve been examining…. (more…)
Talkbubbles version 1.2.2 is available for purchase and updating in the App Store (link).