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More iPhone Programming – Now With Zombies!

date_range 24/03/2010 00:55

I’ve started working with Cocos2D, a rather popular game engine for the iPhone, making it a little easier to manage games and such. Right now I’m working on a zombie project of mine, everyone loves zombies anyway. I know I haven’t posted for a while so here’s a screenshot to compensate:

Gotta love beta testing..

date_range 21/02/2010 21:34

Disqus Comments

date_range 14/02/2010 11:34

I’ve installed and integrated a plugin on my site that will allow users to login simply on any part of my site, and remain logged in on the rest of the site. Unfortunately in my case there aren’t really any other content management systems installed on my site, although it can’t help to be future proof right?

And some more..

date_range 10/02/2010 16:38

This seems to be the only thing I’m talking about lately, although it’s really caught my interest. Anyway, another post about the ‘My Go Card’ app. No, it’s not gone free, sorry. Although I’ve just released another update, bringing it up to version 2.0, with more features already planned. Here’s a list of changes: -Fixed display error in ‘History’ tab -Removed possible repetition bug during login process -Reworked internet check code to be slightly faster -Completely rewrote ‘History’ tab *’History’ tab is now more compact, all details are in one cell. *’History’ tab is now more future proof and easier...

More Go Card Programming

date_range 09/02/2010 22:47

I’ve been spending most of the week so far working on several new versions of the ‘My Go Card’ app for the iPhone. I’ve been learning a lot, and I’ve written a whole lot of new stuff, it’s really educational and entertaining to me. I’ll post some pictures once I’m done with a few more features! Alternatively, a very simple information page for the ‘My Go Card’ and ‘My GoVia’ apps can be found respectively at the following links: My Go Card – http://www.renscreations.com/mygocard/ My GoVia – http://www.renscreations.com/mygovia/

My Go Card

date_range 26/01/2010 18:42

I have, after some time and money, got my iPhone Developer Program enrollment accepted, and have submitted my first app to the Australian Appstore. The app allows you to check your current card balance along with the last access date which can be a handy tool when you’re constantly on the move. It’s $1.19, which hopefully doesn’t put people off, and it’s a fairly good alternative to having to use a computer to check your balance.

iPhone Developer Program

date_range 19/01/2010 14:30

Hmm..

HD5870

date_range 22/12/2009 16:02

Yay!

Rare Exports

date_range 14/12/2009 19:48

I’ve recently watched a short film titled Rare Exports. It goes along the story of how Father Christmas is hunted and then trained and exported over 150 countries all over the world. It is quite an amazing little film actually. Part 1 Part 2 Due to its success, a full feature film will be released in 2010, here’s an exciting looking trailer for it!

PCSX2 – CPU emulates better than Graphics Card

date_range 12/12/2009 00:17

It’s quite a strange moment when you realize the CPU emulates better in DirectX11 Software mode than in DirectX10 hardware mode with the graphics card. It seems unlikely to happen, but maybe it’s only occurring in PS2 games. You’d have to use the program to understand what I’m talking about but ah well, what else is there to post? The game in question was Gran Turismo 4, since I can’t exactly play PS2 games on my PS3. I might soon though, with a bit of luck.