AppleTV & AirPlay: The future

What can you do with your AppleTV?

Aside from streaming movies or buying movies online instead of the limited selection at your local store, you can do much more than watch movies.

In it you can access built in apps like YouTube, Netflix, iTunes, WSJ, Flickr, etc. you can play iOS “AirPlay-enabled games” and access the web with apps like these:

XCode & Git

Ok, i just started getting my feet wet in this but here is the scoop!

Git is a versioning technology which allows you to create multiple versions of your project much like TimeMachine on your Mac.  The whole point behind it is that at any time you can go back to a specific project mod and retake it from there.

The first step is to GITTIFY your folder.  You can either do this manually from the command line or from Xcode by creating a new project and check marking the Use Git Repository option.  Since you are using Xcode simply check the box for Git in your new project.

Now you create your project files and whatever.  Then move to Xcode->Organizer and click on the REPOSITORY icon which will take you to a window where you will see a project name folder on the left hand side; mine is called eraseme so I’ll use that name to mean ‘project folder’ from now on.


XCode Git Repository by Marcio Valenzuela
XCode Git Repository

You also have a yellow Branches, a yellow Remotes & blue project folder.

In the yellow Branches folder, create your master branch now by selecting Add Branch or by doing “git push eraseme master” in terminal from within your eraseme folder.

Finally go to the Remotes folder and Add Remote to enter your online repository’s url.

You’re all set!  You can begin sharing your project files now.