Building Universal Frameworks in iOS

Apple does not provide an easy way to generate universal frameworks using Xcode alone. Because of this, developers generally write a shell script to build the frameworks for simulators and devices. We then use the “lipo” command to combine the different architectures into one universal framework. Prior to app submission to the App and Play … Continue reading Building Universal Frameworks in iOS


iOS Weekly Roundup 16.11.30

Updates Apple has just released a new beta 4 version of iOS 10.2 to public developers on 28th of Nov. This update mainly contains some bug fix, especially for the TV App as stated in the release note, and some minor notes and known issues. A YouTube channel founds that the beta 4 is a … Continue reading iOS Weekly Roundup 16.11.30

Genius 5.0

In June this year, we had to make a decision around the life of our Innovations demonstration app, based on our fictional bank, Genius. The app had served us very well, having been presented at numerous FinTech conferences and to many, many clients over its lifetime. Over time, UX concepts have changed and progressed, and … Continue reading Genius 5.0

Android Weekly Roundup 16.11.15

Android News: Google responds to the European Union's assertion that it used Android's dominance in the smartphone market to push Google services on to OEMs.  Central to the argument is that Apple's iPhone isn't real competition to Android. In an example of Google forcing OEMs to adhere to their standards, Google has stated in their … Continue reading Android Weekly Roundup 16.11.15

Android Weekly Roundup 16.11.09

Android News: Videos from Droidcon NYC have begun to appear on the Touchlab channel on Youtube.  Features talks from a wide range of industry leaders like Facebook, Google, Pinterest, and Square. Ars Technica has updated their tome-like history of Android.  Great read if you have a long commute and are keen to learn more about the beginning … Continue reading Android Weekly Roundup 16.11.09