Glad to see I am not the only one out there annoyed with the poor user experience from of AMP. Not being able to easily find a link back to the original content is maddening.
UPDATE: Hey, Google fixed my major complaint about AMP, yay Google!
A couple months back I completed my first tvOS app, FeaturedDisplay. While the process is very similar to making an iOS app I found there were a few differences:
WWDC 2016 ended last week and though I’m still working through the mountain of session videos it generated here is a list of the things I’m most excited about so far:
1. New Core Data Additions – Lots of neat new Core Data stuff, namely NSPersistantContainer. Being able to set up your whole Core Data stack in a few lines of code is awesome.
3. Visual Memory Debugger in Xcode 8 – This looks so much nicer than the current memory debugging experience, I can’t wait to take it for a spin.
After nearly a year of no updates ChronoCat 3.1 has finally gone live on the App Store!
Work has already begun on ChronoCat 3.2 with the goal of adding 3D Touch support. Along with CC 3.2 I’ve also started working on a new project in Swift (yay 1st Swift project!) for the Apple TV (yay 1st Apple TV app!), so that’s exciting.
More news on 3.2 and my other new project should hopefully be coming soon!
After finally getting myself to sit down to finish new screenshots ChronoCat 3.1 has been submitted to the App Store. New features include being able to set colors on events, change the color of the app’s navigation bar, and a changed date picker (migrated from RMDateSelectionViewController to HSDatePickerViewContoller).
Just completed a move over to WordPress from Squarespace for Overall Enthusiasm and I think I managed to keep mostly everything on the site working 😀
Nothing too exciting in the reason for the move from Squarespace, I just work with WordPress more in my day job now and wanted to get more familiar with day-to-day life on the platform. Since you can import/export back and forth between the two it ended up being a pretty easy process.
The one thing I couldn’t be bothered to fix from the import was the time zone messed with some post dates which in turn tweaked some post URLs as I use the post date + page title for those. Since it only effects posts that were published late in the evening I’m going to just let it slide, yay lazy!
Here is a top 3 list of the of what I find to be the most frustrating/agonizing/table-flipping/teeth-gnashing aspects of submitting a new app update to the iOS App Store.
Finally wrapping up the new 3.1 update for ChronoCat, will be very happy to finally kick this one out the door. Changes include:
There is still a little bit of work still to do before submitting but I’m hoping to have it in to Apple later this week.