Negativity that Proves the Greatness of TimeLogger

Negativity that Proves the Greatness of TimeLogger

Statistics can tell you a great deal about your work. How many people use my products? How do they use them? Are there places where people get stuck? What are the features that get the most end-user attention, and therefore require the most development effort to make...
Checksum Files in iOS

Checksum Files in iOS

I was searching for a way to get an MD5 or SHA1 checksum of a file in Objective-C for an iOS app. I found lots of solutions for getting the checksum of a string, but nothing for files. The solution was pretty simple, but I had to piece together information from a few...
Database Abstraction Part 2: iOS

Database Abstraction Part 2: iOS

You’ve made it to my favorite part of this series. In the previous post, I covered the APP(ideas) database abstraction layer for PHP. Our primary goal has been to make it a simple system that is easy to use, fully capable and with little bloat. Some natural...