Monthly Archives: March 2011

Stumbling to the Apple World

Thanks for the Apple Developer Community, the first evaluation/test iOS abstraction is published. The said abstraction (while only claims to solve static-library type issue) is an example of sharing librarylike implementation through abstractions. For small puzzle to conventional coding; the abstraction … Continue reading

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Accidentially Removed The Visual Studio Requirement

Funny how things turn out to be (sound familiar..?). Again, focusing on something totally different, the obvious was missed. Monodevelop of course has T4 support, because much of .NET development starts to rely on it. Just smoketested the PowerPoint Add-In … Continue reading

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Accidentially Resolved Publishing

Funny how things turn out to be. We had figured out the publishing format to be sharing source code repository, but we were not aware that there already was solution for exactly that available. While focusing to tackle even larger … Continue reading

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Starting to Publish Examples and Videos

It has been a long overdue, mostly because while our team has been well aware of the potential, the initial abstractions took a while to create while pushing the abstractions onwards in our inner and customer-specific development as well. The … Continue reading

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