Gavi the Trovit mascot

Have you ever tried to make your own? It’s a little bit difficult, but it is very fun and grateful.Last week with my team at Trovit we have created a mascot for our team. It is Gavi: As we have a vector file with it, I’ve modified it a little bit to build the teddy. […]

Microwave popcorn with a KO microwave

Have you ever wanted to eat popcorns, but you had microwave popcorns and the microwave broken?Today I had this sad situation, and I didn’t want to go to the supermarket to buy “normal” corn. As my microwave is going to be broken for some time, I have decided to use the microwave corn to cook […]

Super git commands

Last week I was talking with a friend that was preparing a introduction course to git. We were talking about the basic git commands and some super-git commands. I decided to make a post about some commands that I find very useful. For each one there is a short description, a use example and some […]

DIY: GoPro tripod support

A tripod mount for the GoPro can be bought from the official website or from a lot different websites. But you can also make one yourself, it’s very easy! Material you need: Wood: 50 mm x 35 mm x 80-120 mm Nut of 1/4-20 (1/4″ diameter, 20 threads per inch) GoPro flat adhesive mount Tools: […]

STAlertView – UIAlertView with blocks

While developing an iOS app, usually you have to show an alert view. The code to show it is very simple, but as most of the UKit components, it works with the delegate pattern. Working with delegates is easy, but the resulting code is split between two parts. The part where the component is initialized, […]

Push notifications iOS8

Push management on iOS8 To migrate an app that uses push notifications from iOS7 to iOS8, you must change some methods. Register the app to receive push The method registerForRemoteNotificationTypes has been deprecated, and now you must use registerUserNotificationSettings. To have compatibility with both versions you can use this code: Check if the user has […]

Conversion rate

Improve the number of users that visit your platform store app page and download your app. Usually while promoting a mobile app, we focus on getting people go to the platform market (App store or Google Play, for instance). We try to maximize the users that click links to the stores to improve the number […]

LinkedIn network evolution

Last monday a great LinkedIn tool was discontinued, I’m talking about inMaps (inMap is colsed). It was developed in a LinkedIn hackathon by one of their employers, it provided the user with an interactive graph of his network. The user was at the center, and for each contact there was a bullet. Between each person […]

Permanent links with phpMyFAQ multilingual

Working with phpMyFAQ and multi-language I found that it is not trivial to generate permanent links. If the mod_rewrite is activated, the links are like these ones:ídeo-no-preparado-para-adsense.html But if you visit them, maybe (if your language browser is Spanish or English) one of them works. After looking a little bit through the code, […]