A Developer Looks at iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 The release of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 has generated a lot of excitement, but the many new hardware and SDK changes can leave iOS developers feeling overwhelmed. This article will help you keep your skills up-to-date by providing a quick, high-level overview of the most important changes for iOS developers! A Brand New Display The first thing you're likely to notice about the iPhone 5 is the increased screen size of the retina display. As a user, you're likely to love the new form-factor. The following chart will show you how the new iPhone 5 display stacks up against other iOS devices: Fortunately, you don't have to manage this complexity completely on your own. If you already have an iPhone application in the store, one step you need to urgently take is to adjust your app to use the full iPhone 5 screen. The Fandango app above makes full use of the iPhone 5 display, while the Starbucks and Pandora apps currently do not. You must update your existing apps to fill the full iPhone 5 screen.
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Page 5 I'm so hurt... I was your I was sexually assaulted by never again will i let you affect me .NET Application Block for Validation and Business Rules Update 2012-12-04 Project was discontinued long time ago. Approach described here is plausible but is not efficient in the long term. A while ago I wrote about a simple .NET Validation Framework. A lot has changed since then, and more elaborate rules had to be implemented in various projects. So let me introduce you to the next version of .NET Validation and Business Rules (Micro) Application Block. You can download latest release of Lokad Shared Libraries to get started right away. Key features: Simple to get started withRules for the domain objectsRule ReusabilityPredefined Validation RulesBehavior ExtensibilityProper object nestingDesigned for DDD and UI level validationRules simplify your unit testsMultiple reporting levelsProduction-proof and active developmentSmall codebaseOpen Source Let’s walk over them. Simplest scenario is when you add a rule to your everyday argument validation. // just check for null Enforce.Argument(() => username); we could have more thorough checks: For example:
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The Geoglyphs in Palpa Valley, South America, Peru Nazca and Palpa lines. South America, Peru No one knows exactly what Nazca lines are. The only indisputable fact is that they are located in South America, at the Nazca Desert plateau in the southern part of Peru. They were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1994. Scattered around the plateau, the lines are gigantic geoglyphs representing geometrical and nature objects. Nazca lines, the Spider Ever since this time, year after year, many scientists have searched for the answers to "Who?" The themes of Nazca Lines have vary from flowers, geometric shapes, animals, and birds to even insects. At the end of 2011 two of our colleagues left for South America: the photographer Dimitriy Moiseyenko and the pilot of the radio-controlled helicopter, Stas Sedov. Chasing the colibri bird During our first day we figured out that the dessert couldn't be accessed neither by car, nor by foot. Nazca lines, the Parrot and the Astronaut Our second day at Nazca got off on the wrong foot.
Ten apps for your new iPad If you were lucky enough to receive a new iPad for the holidays this year, we hope you have fun exploring what the tablet has to offer. By now you've probably acquainted yourself with the built-in apps on your iPad, so you may want to reach outside the sandbox for more interesting fare. The App Store, which you can access on your iPad or via iTunes on your computer, features more than 750,000 downloadable apps. If there’s something you want to do on your iPad, chances are good you can find a tool for it in the App Store. iBooks Apple’s iBooks (free in the App Store) lets you read ePub-format books and PDFs in both portrait and landscape modes. GarageBand Apple’s music-making software, GarageBand ($5 in the App Store), is one of three apps in the iLife suite for iOS. iPhoto Instapaper Once you start relying on Instapaper ($4 in the App Store), you’ll wonder what took you so long. Tweetbot Netflix The Room PCalc Lite Calculator Dropbox