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Trouble With Bats

Nyoongar Sports iPad App

Crown Resorts

Crown Aspinalls

My Design Studio iPhone App

Residential Attitudes Website

Style Aid – Pass the Parcel iPhone App

Ask4AppReviews

Crown Perth

Betts Mag Universal iPhone and iPad App

eBooks Digital Comps

Wilson Parking – Parkmate iPhone App

eBooks Fulfilment Portal

Aussie Living Homes

Perth Royal Show

xCode and Multiple Scheme

26th October 2014 By luke

It looks complicated at first but I’d defiantly recommend setting this up if you have any variables in your app that require different environment variables.

Understanding Configurations and Schemes

Before we proceed, though, it is important to understand Xcode’s Configuration and Schemeconcepts as this technique relies quite heavily on them.

Configuration defines the set of compiler settings that will to be used. By default, Xcode creates two configurations for you (Debug and Release) when you create a new iOS project. Most of the settings are the same but there are a bunch of settings that vary between a Debug build and aRelease build.

http://www.blackdogfoundry.com/blog/migrating-ios-app-through-multiple-environments/

App: The Human Story – My Story like many others

19th July 2014 By luke

A recently posted kickstarter project is making a documentary about the inception of the App and they want to hear about app stories.

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Squidee App Development

1st July 2014 By luke

Squidee – Web and Mobile App Development by me!
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Which CMS is best?

21st April 2014 By luke

I constantly get asked which CMS is best. My usual answer is “They’re basically all the same, it depends entirely on your requirements”

You wouldn’t ask a builder to make a house and then tell them which type of concrete they should use
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