In the last few months I have been asked a lot of questions about A/B testing. The questions have come from all different perspectives. The questions go something like this: Have you ever done and A/B test? Are A/B tests complicated? Do you think that A/B testing is worth it? So what I thought I […]
I am not saying the following guidelines are perfect but I like to use them to bring consistency to my projects. I thought I would share in case someone else needs a place to get started. Naming Conventions Use Pascal Case for files, folders and classes start with a capital letter i.e. Controllers, MyClass, BlueprintListTableViewController, […]
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A little while ago I wrote a simple utility that can be added to your iOS project that allows you to notify users that you are shutting down this app. It is available on github and free to use. You can refer users to a different app if you like. You can also stage the […]
I have not posted anything in a while, but wanted to just link out to a really cool open source tool for working with Watchkit. It is called MMWormhole and it let’s you send data from your watchkit extension over to the parent app and back again. The really cool thing is it is setup […]
Here is a quick video of an Watch app called Lister. It is the sample app that is provided to developers by Apple. https://developer.apple.com/library/prerelease/ios/samplecode/Lister/Introduction/Intro.html
Item Type Description Limitations SKU Text a unique identifer that you can assign your app. often it is strictly numeric Bundle ID Select from List typically this is assigned by the developer early in the development process Default Language Select from List Version Numeric Seems easy, but you still need to know Primary Category Select […]