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Double Shot #1535

  • Patching Rails Performance - Some techniques used by Heroku to make life happier for everyone.
  • Windows Bridge for iOS - Use Visual Studio to write iOS code. Sort of like adding ground glass to the dog poop that you just stepped in.
  • AWS Device Farm - Amazon Web Services offers testing for your Android and iOS apps on real devices.

Reader Comments (1)

You didn't quite get the purpose of the Windows Bridge. It's not about using Visual Studio for writing iOS code. It's about using Visual Studio to write and re-use existing Objective C code that is then compiled to run on Windows 10 as a Windows Universal Platform application. You won't target iOS with this at all. That's why it's called a Windows Bridge, not a Visual Studio to iOS bridge.

August 7, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterTobias W.

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