One of the fundamental mantras of software development is DRY – “Don’t repeat yourself”. It’s an important rule, because it allows us to save both space and time. Instead of rewriting a non-trivial algorithm, we use a method call, instead of correcting bugs in multiple places, we do it only in one. Would you ever […]
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Better late than never, a blog about iOS 7! I want to talk about some different subjects concerning iOS 7 both from a user’s as from a developer’s perspective.
Co-written by Gian Luca Ortelli and Ashkan Roshanayi. Trifork was asked to develop a mobile app for crisis management in a “GRIP 1” crisis situation for Dutch municipalities.The users of the app are municipal employees involved during a crisis situation. The app was designed in co-creation with the involved municipal employees. But what is a […]
Next tech meeting isn’t about anything related to Java, but it is targeted towards Java developers. Together with my uncle Jos Jong I will first give you all a brief introduction to Objective C and iOS and compare it a little to Java. Also we will try to convince you that Objective C is a […]
As you might already know, iOS is the operating system that runs on iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads. The first iOS device was the iPhone and was released in January, 2007. Back then the operating system was called “iPhone OS”. Since that time more devices were released running iPhone OS than just the iPhone. This […]