Month: May 2016

Is Your Custom Created PLIST Unreadable and in the Incorrect Format? — Apple in the Enterprise


Recently I’ve been building all sorts of custom scripts; writing the outputs to a PLIST file. Some of the custom scripts are simple with only a line or two of outputs being written, but other PLIST files have been much more complex with hundreds of output lines. Despite my best efforts in paying attention to […]

via Is Your Custom Created PLIST Unreadable and in the Incorrect Format? — Apple in the Enterprise

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How to build cross platform Mobile applications — Qazi’s Work diary


If you want to develop cross platform mobile applications then you must have heard of Xamarin platform. Good news is Microsoft has now integrated its product suite as its offering inside Visual Studio. You can install Xamarin from Visual Studio setup, if in case you are getting the following error – no need to worry as there is a manual […]

via How to build cross platform Mobile applications — Qazi’s Work diary

Get AppVersion Programetically iOS — Tutorials Point IOS


Xcode NSString *strAppVersion; strAppVersion = [[NSBundle mainBundle] objectForInfoDictionaryKey: @”CFBundleShortVersionString”]; NSLog(@”%@”,strAppVersion);

via Get AppVersion Programetically iOS — Tutorials Point IOS

Making an iOS testing target using TestFairy — Coding nightly


When developing an app, you often need to release testing builds, to let testers try out your latest features before you upload the final version on the AppStore. However, there are some times where you don’t need(or want) that your final binary include the testing SDKs, in this cases having multiple targets, both for distribution and […]

via Making an iOS testing target using TestFairy — Coding nightly

AX 7. How to add financial dimensions as separate columns to Data Entity. — ievgen’s ax blog


Everyone who is working with financial dimensions in AX would like to see them in separate columns in Excel and today we will look how to achieve this for all Data Entities. It’s also awesome because we have wizard that will do all the job for us! In the Visual Studio under Dynamics AX > […]

via AX 7. How to add financial dimensions as separate columns to Data Entity. — ievgen’s ax blog

Salesforce Summer ’16 Platform Highlights — Force365 – Cloud Architects


Thankfully it’s time to start thinking Summer; the Summer ’16 (v37.0) release that is. Sporting a cheery (but perhaps more Autumnal than Summer) fireworks logo, the new release is available now for partner preview. The release notes are generally available here. The Summer ’16 sandbox preview starts early May (7th/8th), with production orgs being upgraded […]

via Salesforce Summer ’16 Platform Highlights — Force365 – Cloud Architects

Apply .NET Skills to Salesforce — Sara Has No Limits


Released yesterday is a new trail titled, “Apply .NET Skills to Salesforce” and it is all about wooing more .NET developers to the Salesforce platform, which I am of course, all for. This FREE and most excellent resource is written by a .NET developer for .NET developers. It does not sugar coat anything about the […]

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