Category Archives: Blog

In app purchase requires the ability to sell apps, even if you’re just testing.

If you’re new to the iPhone scene or working on In App Purchase code using a client’s iTunes Connect setup, be aware that you must have all of your banking and financial information set up such that you *could* sell something on the app store, even if your app is not yet released, in order […]

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Mercurial as ├╝berVCS

I remember a Q&A session during the most recent 360|idev where several of us took to discussing our favorite flavors of version control. During that discussion I asked whether anyone knew of a sort of über version control system that would allow me to pull code from each of the three most popular version control […]

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Jonathan is giving four (!) classes at iPad/iPhone DevCon

The iPad/iPhone DevCon will be held in San Diego from September 27 through 29 and I’ve been invited to give four classes! If you put my last name, SAGGAU, in when you register, you will automatically save a hundred bucks ($ 100.00) — and it’s combinable with their other promotional discounts, like Early Bird Specials […]

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Fighting iPhone App Piracy

Protip: set up a Google alert for the name of your app and, if your app is particularly popular, the name of your app + “crack” and you’ll occasionally find a site with a cracked version of your app for download, often under the guise of some form of public service to promote “try before […]

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Jonathan to speak at 360|iDev for the third time in a row.

I’m giving two talks this time! One on using open source UI that closely resembles those of Apple’s private API and another on Augmented Reality with Jonathan Blocksom. This will make it three in a row for me speaking at this conference and it’s gonna be awesome again. Clear your calendar for April 11-14 and […]

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