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Bootable USB Drive with OS X Mavericks — Fastest Way

Apple released its latest OS X version, 10.9 or “Mavericks”. Quote Apple: “With more than 200 new features, OS X Mavericks brings Maps and iBooks to the Mac, introduces Finder Tabs and Tags, enhances multi-display support and includes an all-new version of Safari.” Cool, ain’t it ? But this I like most: “The latest release …

iOS 7 UIPickerView Simple Application

Recently I was asked by a friend to provide some support with UIPickerView in iOS 7. He was a bit puzzled by what it seemed to be the impossibility to pad the content of each picker view row to a certain distance from the left side of the UIPickerView. Basically, let’s consider the following example. …

Chasing Zombies in XCode 4

Ok, this will be a short one. Probably I will create a category like “code snippets and hints” to include all these small articles. This is about zombies in your coding projects and how to chase them. Enabling a project to trace zombies is different in XCode 4 than in previous versions. There is a …

NSOutlineView — Inside Out 2

Some good months ago I started a series on NSOutlineView that I didn’t imagine it will stir such an interest. To my astonishment, googling NSOutlineView ranks my post fourth in the search, immediately after Apple’s official documentation and some other two links: This intriguing situation (nevertheless inspiring for me) might have to do with the …

Analog Devices – Currents Monthly, May 2012 issue

I love organizations that know how to share their know-how. Analog Devices is one of them.

NSOutlineView — Inside Out

This is the first part of a series I intend to maintain on NSOutlineView. Some NSOutlineView basics and a very simple example.