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How to compile an iOS app for Simulator

To build an iOS app for Simulator in the command line you need Xcode Command Line tools installed as described here. Once installed, you can use the following command in the terminal: xcrun xcodebuild \ -scheme $XCODE_SCHEME \ -project $XCODE_PROJECT \ -configuration Debug \ -destination ‘platform=iOS Simulator,name=iPhone 6,OS=10.2,arch=x86_64’ \ -derivedDataPath \ build Notes: this code …

How to compile for Android Emulator

Change APP_ABI option in your Application.mk file. It could look something like: APP_ABI := armeabi armeabi-v7a x86 Then re-run ...

Unit Tests are a waste?

There is a very unorthodox opinion expressed by James O Coplien, Agile Coach, that most unit tests are waste. I would agree with ...

StarWest 2016

We presented at StarWest with great success. Thank you all for coming to our table, we were glad to have had a chance to connect ...
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