Fixing Int, Identifiable, and ForEach in SwiftUI beta 5.
ExerPlan is the working title of a new app I’m working on, designed as a general exercise planner. In the past I used Excel to plan my running training. More recently I’ve started doing more types of exercise, such as strength training, yoga, and lots of walking. I wanted an app to record and monitor… Continue reading ExerPlan – Exercise Planning App
A brief overview of why I upgraded my iOS development hardware in 2018.
They make for the best video games, right? It’s hard to find fault with a game like Tetris, given that it has one trick which has been refined to perfection leaving no room for criticism. Unless you don’t like that one trick, of course, but then you’re just a weirdo. I like games that do… Continue reading One Trick Ponies
Let’s face it, the new breed of games shouldn’t be thought of as Free-To-Play but Free-To-Pay. Yes, they are free, but they are designed to cost you much more in the long-run – or short-run when you look at the price of some of those In-App Purchases (IAPs) – than if you’d paid your 69p… Continue reading Free To Pay and The Curve
That’s what I’m building for my next game. Ok, ok a little misleading and you’re all no doubt excited about playing my latest game because you think you’ll be playing as Mad Murdoch and BA. But what I meant was that I am getting together a team of people to help with the production of… Continue reading The A-Team
I’m about as good at dirty work as I am at communicating how bad at it I am. Did that make sense? Thing is, I want to make games for a living. Or apps. Software, that’s what I like to make. And I want to sell it so that I can do other stuff like… Continue reading Doing The Dirty Work
Since I released Discbord in August I’ve been thinking about my future as an app developer. I’ve been programming computers since I was ten or eleven, when I learned BBC Basic on BBC Micros and Acorn Electrons. I was programming games even then, although my skill level was nowhere near good enough to make anything… Continue reading The Future
About a year since I began developing it Discbord is finally “Waiting For Review” in the Apple App Store. Over the next few days my little app will be inspected and hopefully approved for release into the App Store. And then you can all buy it for 69p. Thanks. As with Super Smoothies I am very… Continue reading Discbord: Submission Confirmed
My latest app development is a personal project born out of necessity. I like to run, but it’s not the only exercise I do. When I was trying to get into better shape before my wedding earlier this year, I started to do some mini-workouts, which involved press ups, sit-ups, balance exercises, and strength training… Continue reading MyFitnessTimer