Since the iPhone 5 was announced, there has been a little bit of confusion of how to deploy apps for both iPhone, iPhone 5 & iPad within Corona SDK. Here is a template to help with that!Read More
In this post I just wanted to just loosely go over what Software & Services I use to help with my workflow.Read More
So I have made a little progress with my 3rd app last night, programming some of the logic behind my new game.
While it is still a while from completion and still very much in an Alpha state, here are a few details of what it will support...Read More
After doing some research on good design practices for both user-interface and user-experience, I found Dieter Rams' Ten Principles of "Good Design" on Wikipedia, and thought I would share.Read More
A Smart App Banner is a little known new feature built into iOS 6 Safari that makes it easy for webmasters to add a banner at the top of your website when viewed on an iPhone or iPad on iOS 6.Read More
So its been a busy 2 weeks, a major firmware update for iPhone & iPad along with the launch of the new iPhone 5!
I have been busy with a little contract work, however once that was complete, I soon got to work on getting Joke Shake fully updated for the new iPhone, along with some extra features thrown in for everyone else. It has been submitted to the App Store for review, so expect it in the next week or so.
Since it has been live for just over 2 weeks, I thought I would post some of the stats, although numbers and stuff can be a little boring, so I made this infographic (thanks to infogr.am) to share.
If you havent picked up Joke Shake yet, grab it at JokeShake.com
EDIT: Under In App Purchases section, I have incorrectly stated that 'Doctor Doctor' were the top selling pack, it was actually 'Yo Momma'... No more proof reading at midnight!
Since getting my iPhone 5 a couple days ago, I have spent a little time to reorganise my apps.
Here is a breakdown of some of the apps sitting on my homescreen.
So its no secret I am a little excited to get my new iPhone 5 today, however while tracking the parcel through DPD it seems to be taking quite a strange route, with all the critique floating around at the moment Apple's new iOS 6 Maps app, I am starting to wonder if my courier is using it...
My parcel started off in Leeds which is around 60 miles away from me, however it seems to be taking a 368 mile journey around England before I sign for it.
- A: Starts off in Leeds, 60 miles South from me.
- B: Travels 120 miles South to Birmingham, 180 miles South from me.
- C: Travels 206 miles North to Newcastle, 40 miles North from me.
- D: Travels 40 miles and gets delivered.
So this is the first post.
My name is Dean Murphy, I'm originally from London, England, but currently living in the North-East of England with my Wife and Daughter.
I have dedicated myself to almost non-stop programming the past 3 months in both Python and Lua.
Since starting to program I have released 2 iOS apps under my brand echo(echo).
My third iOS app is currently in development for a client who hired me after I was assisting him on a forum. This is slated for release within the next 6 weeks.
This blog is mainly a place where I can document the progress I am making, post tutorials and example code, give opinions on trending topics, explore marketing & analyctics and maybe you might see the a review of any apps, games & gadgets I discover.