App Store Common App Rejections

September 2, 2014

Common App Rejections

Apple highlighted some of the most common issues that cause apps to get rejected to help users better prepare their apps before submitting for review:

  • Crashes and Bugs;
  • Broken Links;
  • Placeholder Content;
  • Incomplete Information;
  • Inaccurate Descriptions;
  • Misleading Users;
  • Substandard User Interface;
  • Advertisements;
  • Web clippings, content aggregators, or a collections of links;
  • Repeated Submission of Similar Apps;
  • Not enough lasting value

 

For more resources and a list of guidelines used to review apps submitted to the App Store and Mac App Store, visit the App Review page or https://developer.apple.com/app-store/review/rejections/

 

Develop ASP.NET vNext on OS X

August 19, 2014

I’m a .NET Developer and i like Web Application but i use a Macbook. So i have to use Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac to run Visual Studio and ASP.NET. Until to find this project on GitHub:

https://github.com/ligershark/kulture/

Installation: Mac OS X:

  1. Install ASP.NET vNext Command Line Tools
  2. Download Sublime Text
  3. Install Sublime Kulture Using the Package Control Plugin

 

 

Time for change 3

August 8, 2014
Munich

Munich

After 3 greats years in a fashion company, i decided to move to Munich in Bayern.

I quickly found fantastic colleagues, great hospitality and a smart company. So repeat with me…”Ein Prosit, Ein Prosit” :-)

ASP.NET vNext in Visual Studio “14”

July 29, 2014

ASP.NET vNext is a lean and composable framework for building web and cloud applications. ASP.NET vNext is fully open source and available on GitHub. ASP.NET vNext is currently in preview.

Visual Studio “14” CTP  will have support for creating and debugging ASP.NET vNext applications.

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Swift Blog

July 14, 2014

swift

Swift was born and is growing fast, Apple published a Blog that bring developer behind-the-scenes look into the design of the Swift language by the engineers who created it, in addition to the latest news.

Visit the blog: https://developer.apple.com/swift/blog/

 

 

 

 

 

ASP.NET MVC 5.2

July 2, 2014

New Features in ASP.NET MVC 5.2:

  • Attribute routing improvements, provides an extensibility point called IDirectRouteProvider, which allows full control over how attribute routes are discovered and configured. An IDirectRouteProvider is responsible for providing a list of actions and controllers along with associated route information to specify exactly what routing configuration is desired for those actions. An IDirectRouteProvider implementation may be specified when calling MapAttributes/MapHttpAttributeRoutes.
  • Facebook fixes for changed API surface, the MVC Facebook package was broken due to few API changes made by Facebook. We are also releasing a new Facebook package (Microsoft.AspNet.Facebook 1.0.0) to fix these issues.
If you update to ASP.NET MVC 5.2 without updating Visual Studio 2013, you will not get Visual Studio editor support for syntax highlighting while editing the Razor views. You will need to update Visual Studio 2013 to get this support.

 

iTarga 2.0 released

June 16, 2014
iTarga

iTarga

iTarga is a simple and easy application for Apple iPhone and iPad that allows to calculate Italian tax for car and to get information on the vehicle data and the details of the complaint for theft or loss

What’s New in this Version:

  • New graphics;
  • Support iOS 7;
  • Bug Fix;

 

View in iTunes Italy 

Using Swift with Cocoa and Objective-C

June 14, 2014

Swift_OC

Apple Publishes Second Swift Code Manual To iBookstore

Swift is designed to provide seamless compatibility with Cocoa and Objective-C. You can use Objective-C APIs (ranging from system frameworks to your own custom code) in Swift, and you can use Swift APIs in Objective-C. This compatibility makes Swift an easy, convenient, and powerful tool to integrate into your Cocoa app development workflow.

This guide covers three important aspects of this compatibility that you can use to your advantage when developing Cocoa apps:

  • Interoperability lets you interface between Swift and Objective-C code, allowing you to use Swift classes in Objective-C and to take advantage of familiar Cocoa classes, patterns, and practices when writing Swift code.

  • Mix and match allows you to create mixed-language apps containing both Swift and Objective-C files that can communicate with each other.

  • Migration from existing Objective-C code to Swift is made easy with interoperability and mix and match, making it possible to replace parts of your Objective-C apps with the latest Swift features.

iOS8 for Enterprise

June 9, 2014

ios8

iOS8: “A huge hit in the enterprise”. Here a list of features for Enterprise:

Even stronger security.

Expanded data protection comes in the form of passcode protection of all the major data types (including all third-party apps as well as native calendar, contacts, mail, messages, notes and reminders).

Per message S/MIME allows users to sign and encrypt individual messages for finer control over mail encryption.

New device restrictions in iOS 8 include the ability to prevent users from adding their own restrictions or erasing their devices (see more in the “Management” section below).

Always-on VPN will be available in iOS 8. Users won’t need to manually reconnect to their company’s VPN every time they need to access it.

Content filtering APIs will enable third-party networking (VPN) developers to create tools to help ensure users don’t have access to inappropriate content, whether users access online content through a browser or in an app.

Certificate-support for SSO in iOS 8 will allow the use of certificate-based single sign-on for users to authenticate to enterprise apps, meaning users will be able to switch between enterprise apps without having to enter their passwords.

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iOS 8 for Developers

June 2, 2014

ios8

iOS 8 includes over 4,000 new APIs that let you add amazing new features and capabilities to your apps.

iOS supports app extensions for the following extension points:

Share

By providing more sharing options, iOS 8 enables your app to share photos, videos, websites, and other content with social websites and other entities.

Photo Editing

Embed your filters and editing tools directly into the Photos app, so users can easily apply your effects to images and videos without having to import them into your app.

Custom Actions

Create your own custom action buttons in the Action sheet to let users watermark documents, add something to a wish list, translate text to a different language, and more.

Today

Your apps can now display widgets in the Today view of Notification Center, providing quick updates or enabling brief tasks — for example, posting updates on package deliveries, the latest surf reports, or breaking news stories.

Storage Provider

You can now provide a document storage location that can be accessed by other apps. Apps that use a document picker view controller can open files managed by the storage provider or move files into the storage provider.

Document Picker

The document picker view controller grants your users access to files outside your app’s sandbox. Documents are easily shared between apps, enabling users to edit a single document in multiple places.

Custom Keyboard

With iOS 8, you can provide custom keyboards with different input methods and layouts for users to install and use systemwide.

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