If your app uses the deprecated Facebook headers, i.e.
#import "Facebook.h" instead of
#import <FacebookSDK/FacebookSDK.h>, importing Parse.h using the standard instructions at https://www.parse.com/apps/quickstart_push would fail your build with multiple errors of
Semantic Issue, Redefinition of enumerator 'FBSessionsStateCreated', 'FBSessionState....', etc.
The issue is that Parse imports the Facebook headers internally. To work around this, open Parse.h and replace
Next, open PFFacebookUtils.h and replace
#import <FacebookSDK/FBSession.h> with
#import "FBSession.h" and you’re good to go.
The new Galaxy Note 10.1 will be released to the public on 16th August and Samsung has preloaded it with Photoshop Touch. This will be the first time that a feature of this kind has been included on a mobile device, so it marks a significant milestone in the technology world. This was made possible, after Samsung teamed up with Adobe Systems in order to load Photoshop Touch onto the new version of the Nexus. With this feature, users will be able to sync files to the Adobe Creative Cloud, as well as having access to 2GB of free storage space.
One of the advantages of the Galaxy Note 10.1 is its affordability when compared with computer systems. With its Stylus Pen, users can still use great apps, without having to spend a lot of money in order to obtain them. So while desktop computers may be useful for some things, like typing out documents and playing party poker, the new Galaxy Note 10.1 is a good choice for app lovers. Users can edit photos while they are on the move, with their fingers or the Stylus Pen, as there are many features within Photoshop Touch that make this easy.
The preloaded version of Photoshop Touch includes some great features, such as selection tools, layers, filters and adjustments. Users can edit images to create wonderful works of art, or simply to tweak the photograph and make it appear how they want it to. The unique camera fill feature uses the tablet’s camera to fill in an area on a layer, which is a very useful tool. There is also an integrated Google Image Search, with which users can look for images, as well as the ability to share images to Facebook. This new release signals the start of something great for app lovers and should go a long way to making many image editor’s lives easier.
While tinkering with the relationship properties in my Core Data model, my app suddenly failed to compile with this error:
error: Unsupported Feature: to-many relationship [Entity].[attribute]
option requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later
While it says to-many relationship is not supported, I know that’s not the real problem as I have been compiling fine with the ‘to-many‘ option turned on for a few weeks. What it’s really trying to tell you is an ‘ordered‘ AND ‘to-many‘ relationship is not supported. Once I unchecked the ‘ordered‘ option the app build fine again.
Just like you shouldn’t start building a project from scratch, you shouldn’t start crafting a wireframe out of a blank canvas as well. The place where you should start is here:
Great looking stencil kits for building everything from iPhone, browser, facebook, MacOS apps – even Blackberry. Preview the iPhone kit below
Users of 64bit windows might get frustrated installing the new BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK if you are not using the 32bit Java Development Kit (JDK). When you run the .exe from BlackBerry, an error claims that “Win64 not supported. The author of the package you are installing did not include support for this platform.” The solution is trivial:
Unzip “BlackBerryTabletSDK-Air-Installer-0.9.0-Win.exe” and you should see 2 folders, “InstallerData” and “Windows”. Go into the Windows folder and find the .lax file.
Open the file in a text editor and change this line
lax.nl.current.vm=[your path to java.exe]
If you are not sure where is your JDK installation, check your C:/Program Files (x86)/Java folder for a folder named like jdkx.x.x_xx. Open it and look for the bin folder inside, your java.exe should be inside. For example, my path would be:
lax.nl.current.vm=C:/Program Files (x86)/Java/jdk1.6.0_22/bin/java.exe
Save the file and run the .exe in the same folder (BlackBerryTabletSDK-Air-Installer-0.9.0.201010221500.exe) to start the installation.
If you do not have your JDK yet, get it at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
Apparently Skype decided to discontinue the Skype client for Windows Mobile 6, although existing installations would continue to run. I’m glad that I only found this out after I bought my skype credits.
But thankfully the .cab file can still be found online, and they work fine on my HTC Diamond 2.
God I didn’t know I was buying myself into so much trouble when I got my Diamond 2
Can’t spot the last difference in photohunt? Whip out your iPhone and take a photo of each image, the app would match the 2 photos and search for the differences for you.