Me: Hey, I’d like to automatically invoke all my authentication / logging code for my API calls. .NET: Totally got just the thing for you. Use IDisptachMethodInspector, look for the right events and call your Auth code. Also, use Aspect Oriented Programming. Since AOP is a giant pain in the ass to configure though, use this […]Read more ".NET Pains – #1"
I would play the shit out of this game. Anyone remember hardwar, the sci-fi flight simulator game of yesteryear? I used to love this game. I only consistently played 3 PC games as a kid: Simcity / Maxis, Road rash, Hardwar. The theme of the video game incase you didn’t read the wiki article: It’s […]Read more "Social Hardwar"
Is it just me or does this API have way too many bugs? Latest of which is: GET /me?fields=checkins.limit(100) Or GET /me/checkins?limit=100 You would think this is supposed to return 100 of my last check-ins right? Wrong! First up, it returns nowhere the right amount of check-ins. I’ve asked for 100 and it arbitrarily cuts […]Read more "Facebook Graph API – Get Check-Ins?"
EDIT: Download link. We generally follow the arrow of time forwards, counting up seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, birthdays, anniversarys etc. One problem I see with this approach is that it creates the illusion of having potentially infinite time to do what you want to do in life. Sure, we sometimes count “down” – […]Read more "A countdown timer for your life."
First, figure out if the service you wrote is accepting SOAP 1.2 messages. SOAP 1.2 messages have name spaces that look like “http://www.w3.org/” while SOAP 1.1 messages look like “schemas.xmlsoap.org”. Spare yourself the trouble, make a quick test project and try sending a request. Here the code I was using: @interface TYViewController () @end @implementation […]Read more "wsdl2objc: Pain points integrating with a WCF service."
I was trying to update my Xcode from the Mac App Store and this got at “Installing .. 1 minute remaining”. Most of the internets is chockfull of information about running uninstall-devtools from /Library/Xcode. Since Xcode 4.3 is a completely packaged application, you can apparently just drag your Xcode into trash. If that doesn’t work, […]Read more "Xcode 4.3 update to iOS SDK 5.1 stuck"