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Age: 20

Hi, I'm Jonathan. I dived into iOS programming at the end of 2010 with absolutely no experience. From then on, I learned mostly by answering and asking questions here on Stack Overflow and from personal projects.

I love Core Animation, and most of my open source projects involve it in some way or another. Why not take a peek at my GitHub profile? https://github.com/jwilling

I'm also on Twitter. https://twitter.com/willing

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13
awarded Revival
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awarded Guru
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26
awarded Popular Question
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22
awarded Great Answer
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21
awarded Nice Question
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20
awarded Good Question
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20
awarded Announcer
Feb
24
awarded Notable Question
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20
awarded Nice Answer
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8
awarded Disciplined
Jan
20
awarded Good Answer
Jan
2
revised array count returned from NSFetchRequest is wrong
has nothing to do with Xcode
Jan
1
awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
Dec
14
comment Detect overwritten file using NSDocument
I haven't used NSDocument much so there might be a built-in method for this, however if not I'd suggest using a GCD file descriptor to monitor the file for changes.
Dec
13
awarded Enlightened
Dec
8
revised Adding a simple UIAlertView
tweak for ARC and formatting
Nov
27
revised NSUserNotificationCenter dismiss notification
edit for correctness
Nov
27
comment NSUserNotificationCenter dismiss notification
At least with a test I performed on 10.9, calling -removeAllDeliveredNotifications removed any notifications that were currently displayed. I guess that must not be the behavior on 10.9. Edited to reflect that, thanks.
Nov
27
answered NSUserNotificationCenter dismiss notification
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