iOS Roundup: Week of June 4, 2012

June 14, 2012 Derek Webb

Cool things this week:

  • Brian to create a blog post and/or seminar on the differences between view frame and bounds.
  • Reachability with ARC, GCD, and blocks: https://github.com/tonymillion/Reachability
  • Use ASIHTTPRequest when uploading large files

Headaches this week:

  • Multithread debugging. Two options, scribble (Fill allocated memory with 0xAA and deallocated memory with 0x55) and guard malloc (Use libgmalloc to catch common memory problems such as buffer overruns and use-after-free.), have been looked into but have produced little valuable results.
  • Uploading large files

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