Adventures in Objective-C: Categories

Every year Apple has been making Objective C and Xcode easier and easier to be picked up by developers like me – coming from a background in high-level OO languages (ActionScript, Java) with little to no experience in C – people for whom terms like “memory management” evoke images of creepy dark things crawling from […]

Crumplepop Finisher plug-in for Final Cut X – a real-use review

Crumplepop makes plug-ins for Final Cut X, as well as for Final Cut 7 & 6.  I picked up a bunch of their plugins for Final Cut X a while back.  The effects they apply have a great look, but that’s not really what this review is about. To see what plug-ins they offer and […]

learning iOS development from a Flash Platform perspective

I held off diving into learning C, Objective C, and native iOS development for a long time. There were a number of things that made the task seem daunting, and some carrots that Adobe had dangled in front of us Flash platform developers that made it seem unnecessary at first. In retrospect, it’s a good […]