Daniel Saidi's Blog
In a project that I’m currently working on, I load images asynchronously into an
UIImageView. As the download starts, I apply a placeholder image from the bundle
to the image view, to indicate that no image has yet been downloaded.
Today, I managed to click the “Skip Bundles” button instead of the “Load Bundles”
button, when I started up Xcode after adding two new plugins.
I have been playing around with .NET Core since the early betas, but since I do
so with rather long times in between, things break each time I decide to pick up
from where I started.
In an Ionic 2 app that I am building for iOS and Android, I want to use different
application settings for different build configurations. For instance, I want to
use different api endpoints for development and production apps, disable tracking
for development apps, disable logging for production apps etc.
With the release of Visual Studio Code 1.0,
I decided to upgrade .NET Core to the latest version. However, the older version
was not properly replaced when upgrading, which did cause Visual Studio Code and
Omnisharp to behave quite strange.