Mobilesce has released an update to Organic Chemistry Nomenclature Quizillator. This update includes 29 new questions in the full version of the app. It also fixes several cosmetic bugs and typos, removes ads immediately after an in-app purchase, increases number of questions in the preview to 20, and makes the app compatible with iOS 4. You can read more about the Organic Chemistry Nomenclature Quizillator here.Read More
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Ok this is always an issue, and everyone complains about it (just go read through the xcode dev list). Everybody’s using XCode 3, and while many improvements could be made, people are more or less happy with it. So now comes XCode 4, addressing many of those issues, but also upsetting that precarious balance that developers have with XCode 3. And in typical Apple fashion (for good or bad, depending on your view), opening an old project in XCode 4 is not a seamless experience. So what do you do? XCode 3 is at the end of its line, XCode 4 is the future.
Well it’s not really so terrible. It turns out it’s quite easy to run XC3 and XC4 in parallel. If you’ve been working with Apple for any amount of time, you learn that they do not really believe in compatibility over the years (aka maintaining baggage). They’re quite happy to kill compatibility in the name of “fresh” starts. It has the advantage of clean designs and non-bloated software (for the most part), but the disadvantage of breaking compatibility. This is one of those times. So as a company, we try to operate in parallel with this approach.
What does that mean? Well, projects coded in XC3 are staying in XC3, while new projects are started in XC4. We found it best to install XC4 right over top of XC3, and then re-install XC3 to another directory. It works exactly as expected, and you don’t run into any issues with migrating projects, which can be frustratingly difficult to debug. This way, you get experience with XC4 in a nice clean environment, so that when it does come time to migrate those old XC3 projects, you’ll know exactly what needs to be changed.Read More
These fruit characters are from a new universal app coming soon to the Apple App store. This game contains flashcards that are cut into two pieces much like a puzzle. The purpose of the game is to match the two pieces that form each card. There are ten, themed card sets each with 10 animated cards.
Characters from the sports card set.
Characters from the vegetables card set.
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Characters by Kelsey Rosner.Read More