[courtesy Topdog:http://www.topdog.za.net/2013/01/31/commandline-openvpn-client-on-mac-osx-with-macports/%5D Most people use TunnelBrick to setup OpenVPN client connections on Mac OSX, i prefer using the command line. To get OpenVPN up and running off the command line is a simple process. The commands below need to be run as a privileged user if your root account is not enabled use sudo to […]Read more "Using OpenVPN from commandLine on Mac OS"
I have been asked many times about what hardware needed for hackintosh to install on intel based desktop machine, so I decided to list the hardware here it my blog: 1) Mother Board DG31PR . 2) Processor core 2 QUAD 2.66 GHZ ( Q9400 ) 6MB Cache. 3) PCI EXPRESS INNO PCX 8400GS 512 MB 128 bit. 4) HP […]Read more "Hackintosh Intel Hardware Requirement"
Recently I was writing test cases of my iphone app. The best Unit testing framework available in iphone is GHUnit but unfortunatly its not built in Xcode IDE. So there are number steps one have to perform in order to make it work. I found below video very useful if some one wants to integrate […]Read more "Setting up Xcode 4 with GHUnit for unit testing"
Since Apple announced its new next iOS5 release for iphone, there is a joy among developer community that it would be supporting garbage collection, which is not true. Actually the intention to write this blog was to give awareness to iphone developers that its not garbage collection its rather a technique called ARC(Automatic Reference Counting) […]Read more "IS IOS 5 support garbage collection?"
I was planning to write blog on how to achieve CI with TeamCity,but was unable to take time due to release of my project. Now after getting freed up from the project, I find some time to write the blog. Few months ago I introduced CI using TeamCity in my project. The project was based […]Read more "Continous Integration(CI) with TeamCity"
Core Data is a framework and set of tools that allow you to persist your application’s data to the iPhone’s file system automatically. Core Data is a form of something called object-relational mapping, which is just a fancy way of saying that Core Data takes the data stored in your Objective-C objects and translates (or […]Read more "Core Data"
Introduction First I would like to thanks my IPhone team in helping me in compiling stuff on IPhone memory leakages that they faced during our IPhone project development. In any program we write, we must ensure that we manage resources effectively and efficiently. One such resource is our program’s memory. In an Objective-C program, we […]Read more "IPhone Memory Management"