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Android requires .class compatibility

Among new iOS developers, the awfulness of XCode is a well-accepted fact. I get it: for anyone coming over from Visual Studio, it can be a rough ride. It’s like switching from a Range Rover (immaculately detailed, perfectly climate controlled, exquisite sound system) to a beat-up old jeep (cloth top open, doors off, windshield down). [...]

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What’s a Security Policy Error?

Hey iPhone developers! Ever seen this one? You try to run or debug your app on the iPhone, but suddenly and for no apparent reason, XCode fails to run the app and throws this error in the runlog: “Error launching remote program: security policy error”? And you start the pulling of hair and gnashing of [...]

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