Many techniques have been tried to tame the AppDelegate beast, usually ending up in moving code into private functions or extensions. However, the AppDelegate is much more complex than just moving code around. In this post, let’s examine a pluggable service technique with a few bonuses at the end.
An open-source project for iOS developers and geeks. Written in Swift and features include offline capabilities, advanced search, caching, and more. The code can be downloaded at the repository.
Nature’s Nurture enjoys a quarter-million web hits a month and thousands of social media followers. I built the native iOS and Android mobile apps that provided their users with a better user experience and offline capability for their content. The app also integrated with Google Analytics for granular reporting, provided advanced content search and filtering, favorites and social […]
Android has a convenient XML-based resources architecture that allows you to define strings, booleans, colors, dimensions, ID’s, integers, integer arrays, and typed arrays. Take this one step further by storing multidimensional arrays for complex objects.
The task was to build a modern, scalable platform to deliver up-to-the-minute information to bus riders across several cities in the US. This covered everything from scheduling to fare collection and passenger information systems. Users can view and select transit routes, and track their buses in real-time using onboard GPS sensors.