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Playing with iBeacons on iOS

Aug 7, 2014 9:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 40)

For the last weeks I’ve been playing with beacons – these are small Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices that broadcast information. iBeacons are Apple’s take on BLE. And i have to say – I’m sold. iBeacons are amazinglysuperduperawesome! Misconceptions There are some misconceptions about iBeacons and I’ll start by clearing those up. The only thing […]

iOS Quicky: Securing and dumping data from Keychain

Jun 17, 2014 1:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 50)

For one of the latest projects I’m working on we are relying heavily on online/offline usage and storing data in the Keychain (Apple’s safehouse for passwords and other secure stuff). For this I’m using a class provided by Apple called ‘KeychainItemWrapper’. You can download it from Apple’s site. My approach was simple; When my view […]

Aan de slag bij Ahold

Jun 15, 2014 8:06 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 82)

Vanmorgen een intake gesprek gehad bij Ahold in Zaandam. Het ging hier om de functie “senior front-end developer”. Het gesprek verliep heel goed en ontspannen. Ik merk dat het mij steeds beter af gaat. Heb nu al een paar gesprekken gehad bij verschillende bedrijven. Daardoor kan ik mij ondertussen, door de ervaring ervan, er ook […]

Day Against DRM 2014

May 6, 2014 11:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 84)

Most of you know I fully support privacy, freedom of speech and am against vendor lock-ins. When I buy something I want to own it, because I paid for it, I want to hack and adjust that object if it does not fit my needs completely an I certainly don’t want to lease it from […]

Git autocompletion and autocorrect.

Apr 30, 2014 9:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 79)

At work i use Git *alot*. Most of the time I type too fast and my screen produces jibrish, commonly known as typos. To prevent this frmo happening, there is a fix. Git itself has a bunch of configuration options to customise behaviour, preferences and visual appearance. The manual states; help.autocorrect This option is available […]

UncrustifyX to use with your Xcode 5 formatting needs

Feb 13, 2014 10:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 120)

For the past couple of days I’ve embedded myself in Xcode and making the most out of Xcode, using plugins and generally getting to know one another. Yesterday figured out how to do proper code formatting using Uncrustify. I’ve looked at multiple formatting templates and after playing around with several tools, I decided to use […]

From frustration comes inspiration – Source formatting in Xcode 5

Feb 12, 2014 12:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 144)

From frustration comes inspiration – one of my biggest frustrations while using Xcode is that there is no build in way to do code formatting. Well ok, you do have ‘re-ident’ but that is mostly a manual process and i like using the keyboard. Also this is not quite what I was after. After some […]

Adding keybindings in Xcode 5

Feb 10, 2014 1:31 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 112)

I’ve been using Xcode for quite a while now, but it still takes some getting used to. Today I had enough and wanted to add my own bindings for “duplicate current line” and “delete current line”, something i’ve been used to in FDT. I’ve found some resources that help me on my way, so here […]

Code Reviews

Feb 6, 2014 6:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 145)

For the last months I’ve been doing a lot of Objective-C. Got a new job and only focus on iOS development. Since I am the new guy in the team I learn a lot by looking at code from my peers. And even though I have a lot of ActionScript experience under my belt, i’m […]

UPDATE: We are back – server migration

Jan 12, 2014 4:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 108)

We’ve had some downtime lately, a week orso – and i apologize for that. Because I maintain my own server and this domain was still on an old host, host transfer and migration can sometimes be a pain in the butt – maintaining a server is cool, but also time-consuming and the last week i […]

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