Showing posts with label iOS Camera Application. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iOS Camera Application. Show all posts

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Build a Simple Camera App Using UIImagePickerController


Previously, we covered how to use the built-in APIs to read a RSS feed and build a simple RSS Reader app. In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to use the built-in camera of the iPhone (or the iPod or iPad, if they have one) to take a photo. Also, we'll see how to access the internal photo library and allow user to pick a photo. The iOS library provides the class UIImagePickerController which is the user interface for managing the user interaction with the camera or with the photo library. As usual, the UIImagePickerController requires the use of a delegate to respond to interactions.


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