As the Apple WWDC 2013 conference approaches, the spotlight has begun shining on the possibilities of what Apple will soon reveal. This year, the major topics revolve around flat UI, anti-skeumorphism, and black and white UI. However, these thoughts are very end-user-centric. What about developers? What will iOS 7 bring to developers?
Today, Google released the Google Map API for iOS. Here you can find all the necessary information you need. You have to register and get the API Key as usual.
In the section “Adding the Google Maps SDK for iOS to your project”, they explain how to build a simple example. However, they add the map view programmatically. If you are like me that prefer using Interface Builder, follow these steps to fix this.
Flags: very useful when debugging with Instruments
There is a very nice feature in Instruments that helps you to point your loupe to a very precise spot in your code.
I am writing an app that process images captured by the camera in real-time. I am using GCD to launch different queues both in asynchronous and synchrous mode and when it is time to debug, it’s a mess. Most of the time I need to know extactly what is doing what and where something is executing.