Benefits of having a mobile application
There’s been a sensation about smart phones recently in particular Apples iPhone, and much speculation about its advantages and disadvantages, usefulness of developing applications.
Why is it beneficial to have your own mobile application?
Tips for Android Tablet Development
Last month the British Android community gathered together (with a sizable international presence, including the Bangalore Android Group) for Droidcon UK, a huge conference in the Islington Design Centre to discuss all things Android.
Whilst a full breakdown of the two days of talks, barcamp and democamp is still forthcoming, I thought that one thread that ran through the whole conference, as well as the Labs hosted by Google the day before, was worth exploring separately.
Two days at Over the Air 2011
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to travel to the beautiful Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes for an event called Over The Air, a community-run conference for mobile development featuring an overnight hack-a-thon.
HP Touchpad - A Brief Review
I was lucky enough last month to pick up a shiny new HP Touchpad in their firesale after HP announced they were withdrawing from the market.
Thoughts on GHUnit test failures using method isMemberOfClass where isKindOfClass could workIf you’re following the Test Driven Development process (TDD) on iOS using GHUnit (and OCMock) you might have to test that an object is of the class you expected.
Windows Phone 7 hands-on
Earlier this week I got my hands on a Windows Phone 7 handset, and have been using it extensively over the last few days to get as familiar with the platform as possible.
Free iPhone wallpapers - Thailand Edition
A couple of us have returned from some well-earned rest in Thailand. Here is a new set of free iPhone wallpapers; a kind of holiday gift!
More iPhone wallpapers - Spain edition
Its the "Yes, I've been on holiday in Spain recently" update!
HTC Desire (Android) - Where's that &%*$ pound sign?
Something that slightly annoyed me for a while on my Android powered HTC Desire was "where's that bloody pound symbol?". How to find it is shown above.