Tagged "iphone"

10 Years of Flat Design

On June 10th, 2013, exactly 10 years ago, Apple introduced its non-skeuomorphic, “flat” design idiom, together with iOS 7… and since that moment, for a whole decade, many users have collectively struggled to use their devices properly.

Memories of WWDC 2008

Exactly 15 years ago, on Monday, June 9th, 2008, I published a blog post with a picture taken in the big room of the Moscone conference center in San Francisco, waiting for Steve Jobs to introduce the iPhone 3G to the world at the annual Apple World Wide Developers’ Conference 2008.

12 Years of iPhone – A Developer's Perspective

This is the talk that I gave in the 4th MCE Conference in Warsaw, Poland, on May 8th, 2017 (conference organized by Polidea) and (with updates) at UIKonf on May 15th, 2018 and at NSConfArg on April 20th, 2019.

Android for iOS Developers

Just published my new book: “Android for iOS Developers”. The world of mobile development is a ground in constant motion.

New Swiss Training Calendar 2012

We are very glad to announce new dates for our Post PC trainings in Switzerland!

Announcing the swissinfo iPhone Application!

We are thrilled to announce the general availability of version 2.

Notitas 2.0: A Major Milestone!

Notitas 2.0 has been approved during the weekend, and is available in the App Store!

Advanced iOS 4.2 Training Course – Zürich, February 7th and 8th 2011 – Enroll now!

akosma software is happy to announce the Advanced iOS 4.2 Training Course jointly organized with Trifork GmbH.

Le Temps Sortir Dîner Universal Application

We are proud to announce a new iOS application: this time is Sortir Dîner, an elegant and useful iOS universal application for the Swiss newspaper Le Temps, working on the iPhone, the iPad and the iPod touch, developed jointly by akosma software and Trifork Switzerland GmbH, and featuring a gorgeous, exclusive design by the Geneva-based Bontron agency.

Dezeen Watchstore Web App

Another day of announcements at akosma software: this time, a fruitful and fun collaboration with Zerofee to create a dynamic visual identity for the Dezeen Watchstore, and their Dezeen Watchstore iPhone & iPad Web Application (best viewed with Safari on iOS, iPhone & iPad!

Danske Bank iPhone Application

akosma software is proud and honored to announce a joint collaboration with Trifork Switzerland GmbH and Trifork A/S in the development of the Danske Bank iPhone Application.

CulturePod.ch: Interview of Adrian Kosmaczewski by Thierry Weber

Adrian Kosmaczewski, the CEO of akosma software talks to the microphone of CulturePod.

10 Things Every iPhone App Designer Should Know

Design is a fundamental part of iPhone app development. It is, without any doubt, the difference between a crappy and a great application.

Webtuesday: Mobile App Frameworks

I had great fun yesterday at Liip‘s offices, during the monthly Webtuesday meeting.

iPhone Training in Zürich

Trifork AG and akosma software are organizing a one-day, 5-hour training in Zürich about iPhone development!

That Mobile Programming Mess

Let’s be honest. 3 months ago I said that it wasn’t a good time to be an iPhone developer.

iPhone and Mac OS X Developer Conference Roundup

Here’s a quick review of the most important iPhone and Mac OS X developer conferences I’ve found on the web (in no particular order).

Using Multiple Twitter Clients from your iPhone Application

I love playing with iPhone URL schemes. And if you ask me, just like for Mail.

Copenhagen Slides Available

Another quick post to announce that I’ve published the slides (and sample application) I’ve shown last week in Copenhagen; feel free to download them from the projects section!

Muchas Notitas, Muchas!

Notitas is available at an App Store near you! Notitas means “small notes” in Spanish, and it’s the fourth iPhone application under the akosma brand, and the first based on an original idea of my dear wife!

Risk Management in iPhone Projects

Let’s be frank: it’s not the best time to be an iPhone developer right now.

Code Organization in Xcode Projects

Xcode does not impose any structure to your source code tree.

bluewoki - Bluetooth Walkie-Talkie for iPhone OS 3.0

The first iPhone application under the akosma brand has just been published on the App Store:

Interview sur Le Temps

Interview by Anouch Seydtaghia published in Le Temps (download PDF of the website article or the PDF of the printed article).

Article on the Tages Anzeiger

Zum Umdenken hat Apple selber aktiv beigetragen, indem der Konzern das iPhone im Sommer 2008 für aussenstehende Entwickler öffnete und auf die extreme Geheimhaltung der früheren Jahre verzichtete.

Another Mention on StackOverflow

I’ve used Adrian Kosmaczewski’s iPhone Rest Wrapper with success.

iPhone SDK 3.0: A New Beginning

Last year I blogged about the upcoming SDK 2.0 for the iPhone 3G, and boy did it change my life.

10 iPhone Memory Management Tips

Memory management in the iPhone is a hot topic. And since I’m talking about it on tonight’s monthly meetup of the French-speaking Swiss iPhone Developers group, I might as well share some tips here from my own experience.

The Dirty Little Secret of iPhone Development

This is happening right now, at a web agency near you.

iPhone Conference 2008: a bit of magic!

This is the talk I gave last Friday during the first edition of the iPhone Conference 2008!

WWDC 2008 Keynote Main Points

The keynote is over, and I’m on the 2nd floor of the Moscone Center sipping a coffee and thinking about all the stuff that Steve and his team just presented:

I was there!

As promised, here I was.

WWDC 2008: I'll Be There!

I’ve just bought my e-ticket for Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2008!

I want one

Anyone knows when are these coming to Switzerland?