Category Archives: Development
Gasmacken 3.0 is now available in the App Store. It took about 5 days waiting for review and about 45 minutes to be reviewed. The major new feature is more countries available, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Finland. CNG … Continue reading
I thought I had the final solution for custom callout bubbles in MKMapView but I was wrong. There were a couple of errors found after testing. If you press and hold it moves focus to the real callout bubble offset … Continue reading
Once again, this post has been updated. I was not completely satisfied with my prior solution to custom callout bubble in MKMapView due a drawback. One drawback is that if you click an annotation in the TouchView it is not … Continue reading
UPDATE! FOUND A NEW SOLUTION! My latest version, 2.0 of Gasmacken contains a solution to the very annoying problem with a creating a custom callout bubble to the MKMapView in the iPhone SDK. There are no way to get a callback … Continue reading
Aftonbladet skriver om Gasmacken!
My latest iPhone application Gasmacken has been approved by Apple! Gasmacken is an application that automatically fetches an updated list of all CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) refuelling stations in Sweden and displays them on a map. Features List all CNG … Continue reading
In my latest app, Gasmacken I tried to use UILocalizedIndexedCollation (from example TableViewSuite example 3) for creating a localized version of the A-Z list (A-Ö in swedish) on the right side in a table view. But to my surprise I … Continue reading
Google has released Google App Engine with support for Java! It includes a neat plugin for Eclipse also. Here is a video showing features of the Eclipse plugin. Must test this during the Easter holiday!
Apache HTTPD 2.2 includes some interesting features for making a basic load balancer. This configuration makes a sticky loadbalancer with 3 backend servers. It is not dependant on any specific configuration of the backend server such as JSESSIONID or PHPSESSIONID. … Continue reading
Had to test generate a wordle from source code. In this case HttpServletRequest.java.