Archive for the ‘iPhone’ Category

More iPhone Versus Java Differences

August 15th, 2010 Comments off

In my previous entries, I’ve discussed a few things that caught me off guard while learning iPhone development.  In the last couple of weeks, I’ve picked up an Android device to dig into that platform a bit and probably will spend less time playing with iPhone development.  Before I move too far away from iPhone, I wanted to wrap up the remaining differences I found interesting between the iPhone and Java platforms.

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iPhone Versus Exceptions

April 25th, 2010 Comments off

I’m continuing to make slow forward progress with my DAAP-based music player for the iPhone.  My most recent changes have taken this in the direction of being much more like the standard music player functionality on the iPhone.  In particular, I’ve switched over to using a tab view controller for the major perspectives of viewing the music database.

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Still A Geek…

March 7th, 2010 Comments off

Looking back to my last post way back in October it is pretty clear when things started getting crazy at work.  The team survived and managed to finish another awesome version of mFoundry’s mBanking product.  These days I’m doing more management and less coding, but I’m definitely still a geek.  Given that iPhone applications are all the rage in the industry, I’ve been trying to learn my way around iPhone development.  During the process of learning, I’ve noticed a few things that have caught me off guard compared to Java.  I hope to post a few of those things in the days and weeks to come that may help other Java programmers.  In the meantime, I thought I would share some about the project I’ve been playing with to learn.

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