Jan 13, 2013
This week I have been delighted with a very attractive (and quite new) acceptance testing framework called “Calabash”. My experience in acceptance testing is limited, but Calabash quickly took my attention for a few reasons:
Nov 29, 2012
DRM (Digital Rights Management), is a set of access control techniques created to avoid illegitimate use of premium content. Any proper DRM solution should deny the ability to view, copy or share the protected content to any other hardware/software that the one that is has been designed for.
Nov 2, 2012
In my previous two posts about ARC (post I and post II) I have talked about the optimizations and how ARC can perform as fast (or even faster) as manual memory management. This is quite clear when working with simple alloc/retain/release examples because it is exactly equivalent to manual memory management but using C calls (which are faster). However, I haven’t explain how it does it when dealing with methods that return autoreleased memory. So, it is time to have some fun.
Oct 26, 2012
In my previous post I analyzed the fundamentals of ARC. Today, I am going to write a quick post about some general advantages, problems and myths around it. I warn you that I will not enter in details, but it will be useful as an introduction to the next (and probably last) post of the series.
Oct 11, 2012
It has been about a year since Apple released ARC, and even if there is a lot of good information out there I still see some misconceptions, false myths and reluctances to adopt it . Because of that, I am going to write a set of posts about it, but focusing in explaining how it works under the hood and why some of the myths out there are not really true.