Monthly Archives: November 2013

Base64 encoding in iOS 7

Over the years Apple has slowly but surely filled in some pretty conspicuous gaps in their application platform for iOS developers. They didn’t even support working with JSON data until iOS 5 introduced NSJSONSerialization! ¬†Another small, but important, gap that … Continue reading

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A custom Terminal command to show/hide hidden files in the Mavericks Finder

In my previous blog post I showed the Terminal commands that allow you to cause Finder to display hidden files and directories. By default Finder does not show a file or directory if its name begins with a period, such … Continue reading

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