I made a simple command line REST client while making the IBM Traffic Operations Center demo. Although the REST client was done for specific IOC demo, I think it can be used in any IOC demo that uses REST or it can be used to just poke around the IOC REST API.
After the decision to make a game for iOS, I have to get to know the basics of iOS development. I also need an idea of the game, but I think it’s good to get to know iOS development in order to come up with a good game idea. With that I mean that my iOS development skills might be one constraint for the idea.
There are tons of material available and I think natural starting point is to go to Apple Developer site.
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Mobile gaming is very trendy nowadays and since games have been part of my life since 1980′s, I think now is the time to make one game of my own. I happen to have an iOS device, so I’m going to create a game for iOS.
Traffic jams. Who needs them? No one. But they do happen sometimes, and for various reasons. I made a demonstration of one fictional traffic jam and how IBM Intelligent Operations Center could help to solve it.
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