Arun Stephens

WCF adding trailing slashes

I’ve run into some weird issues, which I’ve finally figured out, when building the Zoopcast web service, which will eventually become the REST API for Zoopcast when we’ve got a useful number of users and a stable API. The problem is that if there is an empty URI, WCF expects a trailing slash, and will helpfully redirect you to it. That’s what you’d usually expect when you get to a directory on a web server. Read more →

To Three20 or not to Three20…

My answer, and one I wish I came to a bit earlier, is not to Three20. And the reason is this. It is a completely different architecture to the native UIKit framework. Which is fine, it’s supposed to be. But because of this, making what should be minor changes to the appearance of a table view cell, for example, can become troublesome. Some of the problems I had were because of the lack of documentation. Read more →