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Development   •  30.3.2020   •  2 minute read

Key-Value-Pair Utility

Utilitarian Life, Chapter 2 This is the second part in Utilitarian Life; a series of articles where programmers from Make Helsinki discuss tools and utilities we have written and reuse often. The first part was about a Unity Specific utility called VectorUtilities. If you are a Unity programmer I definitely recommend checking it out. Here we will talk about the KeyValuePairUtility...

Development   •  17.3.2020   •  3 minute read

Vector Utilities for Unity

Utilitarian Life, Chapter I All programmers have utilities they find themselves writing over and over again into almost any project they work on. Some of these utilities will end up in common boiler-plates shared with the whole company and some will only ever be loved by the developer who wrote them. This is a first post in a series of..

Extended Reality   •  12.3.2020   •  2 minute read

XR Games Night

A few of us from Make Helsinki participated in the AWE Nite Helsinki: XR Games Night last week. I must say the event was quite a bit more than we expected, in a positive way. The event was organized by AWE – Augmented World Expo. https://awexr.com One theme seemed to be that demos did failed, but it was fine. The..

Mobile development   •  3.10.2019   •  1 minute read

Apple’s new rules for signing in to apps

Do you have an app in the App Store for iPhone or iPad? Is your app using third party login mechanisms, like Facebook or Google? If so, it’s most likely that your app needs to be updated by next spring! Apple recently released their own anonymous and private way to login to apps, “Sign in with Apple”.  Apple has updated..

Mobile development   •  28.3.2018   •  4 minute read

Distributing applications, the past and present

For small developers, getting your creations to the hands of users around the world was for long expensive, hard or just impossible. In the last ten years, application distribution models have evolved hugely. But let me start by looking back more than 20 years. Back then It was a great white winter day, sometime around 1997, when I had finally..