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Cesare Rocchi is a speaker, writer, UX designer and developer specializing in web and mobile applications. He began working on interactive applications while he was a researcher in the academia. He runs Studio Magnolia, an interactive studio that creates compelling web and mobile applications. He blogs at upbeat.it. You can find him on Twitter or app.net.
When off duty he enjoys snowboard and beach tennis. Now he is busy working on Neater.
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In this second part of a series on iOS Crash Reporting Tools, you’ll learn how to get started with 5 of the most popular services: Crashlytics, Crittercism, Bugsense, TestFlight and HockeyApp.
Learn how crash reporting works on iOS, how to automatically get and diagnose crash logs, and which crash reporting tool is best for you.
In this tutorial, you create an app for the Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park using the latest version of MapKit. If you’re a roller coaster fan in the LA area, you’ll be sure to appreciate this app :]
This is a tutorial where you’ll learn how to work with predicates and relationships in Core Data. It is written by iOS Tutorial Team member Cesare Rocchi, a UX designer and developer specializing in web and mobile applications. Good news – by popular request, we now have a 4th part to our Core Data tutorial […]
This is a post whew you will learn how to build custom Rotating Wheel Control with UIKit, written by iOS Tutorial Team member Cesare Rocchi, a UX designer and developer specializing in web and mobile applications. There may be times you’ve downloaded a cool application with a new kind of user interface component, and you’ve […]
A networking tutorial for iOS in which you will learn how to create a socket based server.