More SQLite and Swift

More SQLite and Swift

In my previous blog post, I mentioned using SQLite with an iOS application. In this post, we will extend that example to support text searching. While SQLite is a single file database that is pretty straightforward to work, it contains a powerful full-text search...
SQLite and Swift

SQLite and Swift

When building an application, you often need some way to store associated data. Applications usually store less data than cloud applications, but many of the same constraints still exist. You still need to store data. Some of the data is relational, such as contacts...
Azure Communication Services

Azure Communication Services

Sending SMS (text messages) is pretty straightforward. I have previously written blog posts on how to do this with Twilio and AWS SNS. Now Azure has a service that can send SMS messages without using another service. To start, create an Azure Communication Service....
Quick Thoughts on Google’s Media CDN

Quick Thoughts on Google’s Media CDN

Years ago, I worked at a CDN company, so I am always interested in what is going on in the content delivery space. Where is the industry headed? Last week, a major shake-up in the space occurred. Google is now enabling people to deliver videos with the same platform...
Postman Tests

Postman Tests

Postman is a tool we use to test our APIs while building them. Its UI helps make this stage in development quick and easy. But a lot of the work we do in Postman is often single-use. We write the tests, but why can’t we keep them? Actually, we can keep them....
CouchDB Views

CouchDB Views

CouchDB is a pretty amazing technology, but it is a little unique. With many data stores, you just query data. You can do that with CouchDB’s Mango queries, but CouchDB’s primary way to query data is by using views. Views are pre-created, much like...

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