Month / April, 2012

iAd and You

Or, How to love the i

As anyone that has read this blog knows, I wrote an iDevice app. It originally was written with the iPhone and iPod in mind. But I knew that it would work on the iPad also because of the device emulation it does. This is nice because it lets you really only write once and deploy across a couple form factors with no work. The downside is that you, as the developer, are not providing a targeted experience for the users. I so far haven’t let that worry me with Moment-Curvature. It was done as a learning tool and intended for quick, rough estimates and calculations. Continue Reading