You may have seen the 2048 game running on iOS and Android. Here’s a version made with Xojo, which I call 2K that runs on Desktop, Web and iOS.
Month: September 2014
In this initial episode of the XojoTalk podcast, Xojo Developer Evangelist Paul Lefebvre is joined by Xojo founder and CEO Geoff Perlman. Topics include Xojo for iOS, Microsoft buying Mojang (Minecraft), the 2015 Xojo Developer Conference and the Apple iPhone, Pay and Watch event.
Sometimes you need a feature that is not available directly from the Xojo framework. Responding to this need is what Declares are designed for: to get access to system native APIs. On OS X, you typically look at the Cocoa APIs. On Windows, the Win32 APIs. Finally on Linux, the GTK APIs.
Hard to believe that this year marked my 6th anniversary with Xojo.
I’ve seen a ton of changes over those 6 years – never mind what I’ve seen happen in the 15+ years I’ve been using the product. I’ve been using it literally since before version 1.0 came out since I was on the list for all the developer previews way back when.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve heard that some celebrities had their iCloud accounts hacked and naked pictures of themselves made available on the Internet. I’m sure that many of you who use iCloud for backing up your iPhone, iPad and/or Mac are wondering if your data is safe and whether or not you should continue to trust iCloud.