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Learn how Vesper built offline sync using Azure Mobile Services

Posted in ひと, ウィンドウズ, モバイル by shiro on 2014年4月12日

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Learn how Vesper built offline sync using Azure Mobile Services | Windows Azure

Learn how Vesper built offline sync using Azure Mobile Services | Marco.org

Live From Build 2014 – The Talk Show | Mule Radio Syndicate

The Talk Show: Live From Build 2014 | Daring Fireball

Cocoa for Web Services | inessential.com

マイクロソフトのコマーシャルに出た John Gruber | maclalala2

Why Care About 30,000 Notes?

Posted in アプリ, iOS by shiro on 2013年10月9日

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Why Care About 30,000 Notes? | inessential.com

どれほどの大きさのデータを念頭においてアプリを作るべきか・・・

I’m not promising or even hinting at anything. I’m just explaining what I think about when I’m making decisions regarding performance and scalability. If I assumed that there would never be a way to automate adding notes, I might be correct — but I’d be guilty of malpractice. The engineering department doesn’t have the luxury of making that assumption.

Why Care About 30,000 Notes? | Marco.org

Brent Simmons at WWDC: Gruber & Wiskus are Trying to Kill Me!

Posted in ひと, ソフト開発 by shiro on 2013年6月19日

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Brent Simmons at WWDC: Gruber & Wiskus are Trying to Kill Me! | The Mac Observer

In our third interview, Dave Hamilton chats with Brent Simmons, currently of Q Branch and Vesper fame.

‘Of Course, They’re Trying to Kill Me.‘ | Daring Fireball

Vesper

Posted in ひと, ソフトウェア, ソフト開発 by shiro on 2013年6月7日

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Vesper | vesperapp.co

Vesper | Daring Fireball

このところ Gruber がスローだったのはそういうワケだったか・・・

iHow We Work Together | nessential.com

Since I’m always interested in hearing what other teams use to work together and ship their software, I figure I should list what we use to work together on Vesper.

Meet Vesper, a notes app with an all-star development team | Macworld

It’s simple enough not to get in my way with a lot of fiddly organizational features, but provides me with more structure than something like the Notes app. Tagging notes made a lot of sense — I immediately made Work, Writing, and Recipes tags. I commingled work notes, ideas for my novel, a favorite recipe for buttermilk biscuits, and an idea for my podcast without any trouble. Once I started treating it as the iPhone equivalent of a small paper notebook tucked into a pocket, it all began to fit.

Vesper for iPhone review: Collect your thoughts with one part notes app, one part lists app, shaken, not stirred | iMore.com

Debug 15: Simmons, Wiskus, Gruber, and Vesper | iMore.com

Apple blogger turns Apple app maker, launches Vesper note-taking app | GigaOM

Vesper Review: Collect Your Thoughts | MacStories

Vesper | Marco.org

The best thing I can tell you about Vesper is that the app reflects its creators. I imagine they’ll add sync in time because it’s critical and very useful — otherwise, I don’t expect Vesper to get many more features.

But every feature in the app is extremely deliberate and thought-out: every mechanic, every restriction, every interaction, every animation. Every detail.

It’s a nuanced, polished app that’s pleasant to use and exudes craftsmanship. Simple flavors, executed extremely well. A vesper.

Vesper | The Loop

Vesper. | ParisLemon

What Else Google Is Shutting Down

Posted in グーグル by shiro on 2013年3月16日

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What Else Google Is Shutting Down | inessential.com

One of the interesting ones: the CalDAV API will be removed for all but whitelisted developers. CalDAV builds on WebDAV and is an open standard. Instead you’d have to use the Google Calendar API.

What Else Google Is Shutting Down | Daring Fireball

Open always wins, and Google is always open. Right?

“Even if you don’t use an RSS reader, you still use RSS.” | Marco.org

Google spring cleans Reader out of existence, also trashcans some CalDav, Snapseed for Mac | iMore.com

RSS is the file-system of news, in a post-file system world. It’s fantastic infrastructure, but the front end needs to evolve beyond traditional reader apps.

Rene Ritchie on RSS, Post-Google Reader | Daring Fireball

It’s Not Just Reader – Google Kills Its RSS Subscription Browser Extension, Too | TechCrunch