Thoughts: Google’s Rebranding to Alphabet

Thoughts: Google’s Rebranding to Alphabet

In August of 2015, Google’s CEO Larry Page announced to the public that Google is no longer Google anymore, and it will be rebranded to Alphabet. The shocking announcement was very confusing on customers, investors, and the media, but both Google’s stocks, GOOGL and GOOG, gained about 5% in the after-hours trading sessions. With the new structure, Alphabet, a brand with no direct products, has…
5 Tips for a Better WWDC Experience

5 Tips for a Better WWDC Experience

Last week I was at Apple's WWDC for the first time ever, it was a great experience for sure, and I would like to share some of the tips that could be helpful for any one planning to attend WWDC in the future. I arrived late Sunday night to San Jose and I couldn't get my badge that day. Badges and Registrations was open that…
Thoughts: Cryptocurrency Challenges in South Korea

Thoughts: Cryptocurrency Challenges in South Korea

Despite all the talks about closing down on Cryptocurrency exchanges and trades by the government during the last couple of months, South Korea is still considered one of the major hubs for this new digital currency, and one of the country’s that holds most of its exchanges. In a recent news, South Korea is considering a new licensing system for cryptocurrency exchanges that will allow…
KKRateMyApp for Swift

KKRateMyApp for Swift

KKRateMyApp is a simple Swift rate app library that prompts your app users to rate the app after using it for a X times. Click here to visit KKRateMyApp on GitHub.  Requirements Xcode 8 or higher iOS 10.3 or higher Installation All you need is import KKRateMyApp.swift to your project folder. Usage Example In your AppDelegate, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions add the following: //Replace with the number of…
iOS Development – Create a Stickers App for iMessage

iOS Development – Create a Stickers App for iMessage

This tutorial shows you how to create a simple Stickers app for iMessage. The cool thing here is that there is no coding required. Follow these steps and you will have your awesome stickers app ready to be submitted for the AppStore. Start A new XCode Project, and select Stickers Pack App Give your project a name, and set your bundle ID and the other configurations…