iOS Developer at Buffer

Andrew Yates

June 6, 2013

Customer support on the App Store

With just a couple of days left till developers from all over the world descend on San Francisco for Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference everyone is discussing what Apple are going to come up with within iOS 7. Especially discussions around Jony Ive and “Flat UI”. While obviously i’m keen to look at what Apple - Read More -

May 24, 2013

Breaking goals into sizeable chunks

I’ve been embarking on the Slow Carb diet from Tim Ferriss’ book “The 4 Hour Body” since I headed to Gran Canaria 5 weeks ago. While I was there I hit the 1 stone lost milestone and part of that I attribute to being somewhere new and unfamiliar, something I touched on in my last - Read More -

May 10, 2013

New Environment, New Habits

I’ve been in Gran Canaria now coming up for nearly 3 weeks, I’ve got one more full week left before I head back to Birmingham and then onto San Francisco for WWDC/altWWDC. Before setting off for Gran Canaria I decided I was going to try out the Slow Carb Diet found in Tim Ferris’ 4 - Read More -

May 7, 2013

iOS 7 inter-app linking

Fraser Speirs posted his thoughts on how iOS 7 could be improved for power users allowing iOS to take over more of the complex tasks that are currently done by desktop computers. Fraser mentioned how iOS needs a generalised “send this piece of data to apps that claim to handle it” service, just like Android. - Read More -

May 2, 2013

Don’t be afraid to step back

I’ve been working on a Buffer iOS SDK for the past few months and along the way we’ve hit a few issues with certain features we wanted to include in it. Our aim for the SDK has been to create it in such a way that it can be dragged into a 3rd parties Xcode - Read More -

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