October 21, 2014

When we use our smartphone in a poorly covered network area, like most of the Parisian subway lines, the following scenario happens quite often: we try to load a given resource (web page, json, etc.) and get nothing but an endless loading animation. However, after several tries, the resource just suddenly appears.

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October 16, 2014

In our last blog post about Core Data features in iOS 8, we have learned about NSBatchUpdateRequest. This time, we will dig into another new feature: asynchronous fetch requests.

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October 13, 2014

If you ever use public transportation in Paris, you might have noticed the apparition of a slightly different Navigo pass since mid-January. This new pass stars a brand-new Philippe Starck design and first and foremost has a built-in NFC chip which is compatible with most Android phones (for the iPhone 6, the NFC API is currently exclusively reserved for Apple Pay).

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October 06, 2014

Last June, Apple introduced iOS 8. And every new version of iOS comes with a bunch of new APIs. Browsing the full list of API differences between iOS 7 and iOS 8, we came across Core Data new features: batch update requests and asynchronous fetch requests. In this article we will focus on the first type of requests.

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