Objective-C forgotten?

I wonder how many macOS/iOS programmers or their organizations can think for themselves. As soon as Apple released Swift to the world with very obvious marketing talk everyone seems to be wanting that latest big thing. Even if that means

Objective-C forgotten?

I wonder how many macOS/iOS programmers or their organizations can think for themselves. As soon as Apple released Swift to the world with very obvious marketing talk everyone seems to be wanting that latest big thing. Even if that means

Swift vs Objective-C performance

I thought these extractions from the book “iOS and macOS Performance Tuning” by Marcel Weiher need more exposure instead of many misinformed info out there. The whole book is an in depth discussion of the how, why and where of

Swift vs Objective-C performance

I thought these extractions from the book “iOS and macOS Performance Tuning” by Marcel Weiher need more exposure instead of many misinformed info out there. The whole book is an in depth discussion of the how, why and where of

Move books and music from iPad/iPhone to pc/mac

Leave it up to Apple to make it relatively easy to add your stuff on your phone/tablet with iTunes, but crazy hard to get it back to a computer if you need too. User experience? Think different for sure. The

Move books and music from iPad/iPhone to pc/mac

Leave it up to Apple to make it relatively easy to add your stuff on your phone/tablet with iTunes, but crazy hard to get it back to a computer if you need too. User experience? Think different for sure. The

Samsung NU7100 & NU7300 recommended settings

This is a to the point post about display settings you should try when you own a Samsung NU7100 or NU7300 4K TV. Calibrated or not. In general, disable or limit any ‘smart’ image features because they tend to overdo

Samsung NU7100 & NU7300 recommended settings

This is a to the point post about display settings you should try when you own a Samsung NU7100 or NU7300 4K TV. Calibrated or not. In general, disable or limit any ‘smart’ image features because they tend to overdo

NTFS write support on Mac OS X (including High Sierra)

There are a couple of options if you need good read/write support of NTFS on Mac OS X. The build-in support of Apple is very limited. It is read-only out-of-the-box and performance is lacking. Luckily, there are solutions. Some free,

NTFS write support on Mac OS X (including High Sierra)

There are a couple of options if you need good read/write support of NTFS on Mac OS X. The build-in support of Apple is very limited. It is read-only out-of-the-box and performance is lacking. Luckily, there are solutions. Some free,

SSL/TLS support in Total Commander

Fast and simple instructions… Go to https://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/  Look up the latest version. The filename will look something like openssl-1.0.2k-i386-win32.zip and openssl-1.0.2k-x64_86-win64.zip (32 or 64 bit, which one depends on your totalcmd install), download and unzip. You will need these 2 files: libeay32.dll ssleay32.dll

SSL/TLS support in Total Commander

Fast and simple instructions… Go to https://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/  Look up the latest version. The filename will look something like openssl-1.0.2k-i386-win32.zip and openssl-1.0.2k-x64_86-win64.zip (32 or 64 bit, which one depends on your totalcmd install), download and unzip. You will need these 2 files: libeay32.dll ssleay32.dll

Ducky Zero keyboard in macOS Sierra?

If you find out that your mechanical Ducky Zero (DK 2108) keyboard doesn’t work anymore once you upgraded your mac to Sierra (possible also a problem with El Capitan) you need to update the firmware of the keyboard… The weird thing

Ducky Zero keyboard in macOS Sierra?

If you find out that your mechanical Ducky Zero (DK 2108) keyboard doesn’t work anymore once you upgraded your mac to Sierra (possible also a problem with El Capitan) you need to update the firmware of the keyboard… The weird thing