Today marks a big day for us at InteractiveWebs. We have had approved and released our version 2.0 update to our popular iPhone app “iWebs News”. What’s New The App has been totally rewritten by us, and now is released as a native Xcode iPad & iPhone app in one. So if you have an iPad, and have previously seen our iWebs News app, then please check out the app on your iPad. It is a terrific experience. Why is it a Big Deal for us? Much of our focus over the last 8 months has been on enabling our team to produce rapid iPhone and iPad apps. In order to do this, we felt it necessary to develop a framework that we have called “Mushroom”. The release of this 2.0 update for iWebs News App marks the first release of any App by us that is built entirely on… Read More »iWebs News–Now available on the iPhone and iPad
Apple has released the the official video of the Keynote Speech from the June 6 2011 opening event. To watch the video browse to the Apple Events (Apple Special Event) Website and Watch the streaming video from the WWDC 2011 keynote.
Recently we needed to change IP addresses on our SVN subversion server. We have blogged before about the SVN xCode Tips here. What we did now though was to change the IP address of the SVN subversion server after we had already configured the connection to the server on our Mac computers. The change process was surprising to us, and here is why. 1. We fully expected to have to much around with the entire connection thing. We were ready to refer to our above blog and re-establish connections. 2. When we fist established the new IP, and verified that it had propagated to the updated DNS listings etc, we found that xCode did not connect. By chance we were short of time. So we rebooted the computers, and tried again. Still verifying that the IP resolved correctly etc. No joy! With time constraints that day, we put it down… Read More »xCode 4 and SVN subversion server IP address change
[gard] As newly anointed Xcode developers, and now with the release of Xcode 4. We found our team working on trying to get connected to a new subversion (svn) server at the same time we were trying to discover some new features of Xcode 4. Talk about challenging. Actually this was the first time with anything Apple we have not had a great experience. Loads of talk etc on the net about what a pain in the bum it all is. For those who don’t know. Subversion is a code storage system that allows check in / check out of developer Xcode to a server. There are services online that you can pay monthly to for the use of a SVN server. We wanted to host it on one of our own servers. The setup was not easy and required the setup of a new Linux server, then the setup… Read More »xcode 4 with subversion SVN server–Tips