You can grab the repo here, I used CocoaPods for MagicalRecord but it should be included in the repo. Run `pod update` if this becomes out of date.
So you may have used jenkins for a CI (continuos integration) server, but when you’re an indie developer and you have multiple people committing but no dedicated machine for the CI Server it can be a real pain. Not to mention building with the command line tools can be a bit of a nightmare. CISimple makes it just that, simple.
What’s great about cisimple is they connect to your github account build on commit-hooks and can push to testflight. In my next post I’m going to go over the step-by-step process of this as well as showing you how to connect your bitbucket repos to the cisimple interface.
If you don’t know about bitbucket it’s very similar to github but they have plans for free private repos, that can be really helpful when you don’t have the money to purchase a github account.
I will be giving a presentation at the meetup group, iOS Developers Support Group, March 6th 2013 at 7:00pm. I will be covering the basics of Core Data and using Magical Record to easily start using Core Data in your projects. Topics I’ll likely cover:
- Basics of Core Data
- Setting Up a Managed Object Model
- Creating Relationships
- Creating and Fetching Managed Objects
- Magical Record – Actions (background fetching)
The topics covered will be very light, so don’t worry if you don’t have any previous experience with Core Data.
It seems I create a wordpress, do nothing with it, then switch hosting and spend another day setting it up down the road. This time I’m going to be better about posting, specifically about Obj-C / iOS Development. I’ve been working on a few cool projects and I want to write up some stuff about that as well.