Category Archives: iOS

How to manage iOS Provisioning Profiles

How to manage iOS Provisioning Profiles While the process of managing iOS Provisioning profiles continues to be refined by Apple, it still is not a totally obvious process, especially when it comes to some of the finer details like updating … Continue reading

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How to background load and cache UIImageViews images

It’s often the case that the apps I am working on are required to download quite a couple, or even a few dozen, images and display them in a UIImageView. In looking online I found a few different methods of … Continue reading

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App Store Icon vs iPhone Icon

I just had my first title submission rejection from the App Store. The reason given? The small bundle icon does not match your large icon. OK, so at first I was pretty irate, they both contain the same elements and … Continue reading

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CAContextInvalidLayer and setFence:count

So there I was, up for nearly a day straight and have figured out the certificate issue that was preventing my program from running on my iPhone after upgrading to SDK 3.0 beta 5. On the device I was getting … Continue reading

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Quick fix for TableViewCellSubviews sample project

Symptom The Sample Code for TableViewSuite, example 4 TableViewCellSubviews has an incorrect project setting that prevents running the sample in release. Problem The problem is due to the TableViewCellSubviews project referencing the application as CustomTableViewCell instead of TableViewCellSubviews. Solution FIX: … Continue reading

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putpkt: write failed: Broken pipe

Hopefully this will provide some useful information for someone, because I did a lot of google searching and didn’t come up with an answer to this one that way. After upgrading my sdk from 2.2.1 to 3.0 beta 5 I … Continue reading

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