Project Libre Cloud Poor Man Style
27. April 2022
Disclaimer: The solution presented here is macOS only! Some weeksago we encountered the need for some project management tool in my team at my employer. We’re a central security team providing services to our project teams and customers. The last months we saw more and more demand for our services and we’re faced a quite complex situation. We need to allocate the team members to some small projects (like threat modelings or a security training) or larger projects (like implementing secureCodeBox in a project or consulting a customer to build their own security community).…
Unit Test Your Cocoa Application with GHUnit
21. March 2010
In the last years I have good experiences with Unit testing. It gives you more safety that your software meets your behavioral requirements. So I searched for some frameworks to make tests for my Cocoa application. I found GHUnit. A project started by Gabriel Handford. The source is available on GitHub.
Recommended Books for learning Objective-C and Cocoa
20. March 2010
Since some time I keep busy with learning Objective-C to program on my Mac. There are several good resources in the web. But I like to read books. So I find a very good book to learn the concepts ob Objective-C. It’s Programming in Objective-C from Stephen G. Kocham. If you go further with programming on a Mac you will reach something called Cocoa (pronounced [ko:ko:]). It’s some thing like a rich framework (in deed there are several) which makes it easy to you to program nice (desktop) applications.…
Nice Objective-C 2.0 Tutorial
19. March 2010
Scott Stevenson posted a nice tutorial about new Features in Objective-C 2.0 in Mac OS: A Quick Objective-C 2.0 Tutorial and A Quick Objective-C 2.0 Tutorial: Part II.