Always an Easier Way

Previously in¬†Avoiding an Objective-C Pitfall¬†#1¬†I discussed a more stable way of creating singletons in Objective-C. ¬†As with all things in the world of Apple there's always an easier way and that way comes to us via two very powerful yet unnoticed (in the Windows and Linux communities at least) APIs that Apple has contributed to … Continue reading Always an Easier Way

Avoiding an Objective-C Pitfall #1

Below is a very commonly used design pattern in Objective-C. It's the typical¬†Objective-C "Singleton Pattern" because it does just that. ¬†Returns a singleton of the class it belongs to. ¬†If we take a look at an example that uses it we can see it in action. The¬†"@synchronized(self)" statement ensures that only one thread at a … Continue reading Avoiding an Objective-C Pitfall #1