iOS indie developers writing every day about their stuff.

Suppressing Xcode Warnings On A Per File Basis

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

I’m a fanatic about fixing warnings and errors in my code. Whenever I see one I tend to fix it right away which helps make it easy to see new ones when they pop up. However, there are occasions when you just can’t fix them. For instance, you might be using an open source bit […]

Suppressing Xcode Warnings On A Per File Basis

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

I’m a fanatic about fixing warnings and errors in my code. Whenever I see one I tend to fix it right away which helps make it easy to see new ones when they pop up. However, there are occasions when you just can’t fix them. For instance, you might be using an open source bit […]

Peer Reviews for the Solo Coder

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

Developing software in a solo environment has its pros and cons. On the upside you have complete reign over the code base (no problems with ownership here), freedom to follow specific designs and an ability to express your creativity. On the other hand, the very nature of the activity can be your down fall; tunnel […]

Breakfast of Champions

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

There used to be a senior exec in a company that I worked for who liked to say, “Feedback is the breakfast of champions”. Visuals from a literal translation of that Ken Blanchard quote aside, it has the power to transform anything. Feedback, in all of its forms, is often a tough serving to consume […]

Kaizen (改善)

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

This is another guest post by Ferenc, here about how LaunchRock was modified to show up nicely on a UIWebView. If you’ve ever wanted built a landing page or had the need for one, you’ve provably heard of LaunchRock. If not, have a quick look. LaunchRock makes an extremely good job at making it super easy […]

Developing From Multiple Machines

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

This is another guest post by Ferenc, here about how LaunchRock was modified to show up nicely on a UIWebView. If you’ve ever wanted built a landing page or had the need for one, you’ve provably heard of LaunchRock. If not, have a quick look. LaunchRock makes an extremely good job at making it super easy […]

Zen Vid

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

This is another guest post by Ferenc, here about how LaunchRock was modified to show up nicely on a UIWebView. If you’ve ever wanted built a landing page or had the need for one, you’ve provably heard of LaunchRock. If not, have a quick look. LaunchRock makes an extremely good job at making it super easy […]

A Busman’s Holiday

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

This is another guest post by Ferenc, here about how LaunchRock was modified to show up nicely on a UIWebView. If you’ve ever wanted built a landing page or had the need for one, you’ve provably heard of LaunchRock. If not, have a quick look. LaunchRock makes an extremely good job at making it super easy […]

Command Line Fu (Part 2)

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

This is another guest post by Ferenc, here about how LaunchRock was modified to show up nicely on a UIWebView. If you’ve ever wanted built a landing page or had the need for one, you’ve provably heard of LaunchRock. If not, have a quick look. LaunchRock makes an extremely good job at making it super easy […]

Command Line Fu (Part 1)

Shane Crawford
bluelightninglabs.com

This is another guest post by Ferenc, here about how LaunchRock was modified to show up nicely on a UIWebView. If you’ve ever wanted built a landing page or had the need for one, you’ve provably heard of LaunchRock. If not, have a quick look. LaunchRock makes an extremely good job at making it super easy […]