Showing posts with label iOS7. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iOS7. Show all posts

Monday, April 7, 2014

Adding Animated Effects to iOS App Using UIKit Dynamics

In the recent tutorials, it has been underlined that iOS 7 has brought along great new features. Many new frameworks, libraries and APIs have been exposed to developers, letting them create modern and engaging applications and attract more users. One of them is the UIKit Dynamics library, integrated right into the UIKit framework, allowing the implementation of real physics in the most simple manner ever possible. UIKit Dynamics is a brand new library shipped in iOS 7, and to those who haven't used it or ever read about it, it might sounds hard to work with. However, the truth is totally different, and through this tutorial I'll make an effort to present how easy it has been done to add realism to an app without having deep knowledge of physics, math and of course libraries or frameworks like Core Animation. People who have already worked with such technologies, they'll find UIKit Dynamics a really handy tool, as it takes away all the hassle and effort that was just described.


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Background Transfer Service in iOS 7 SDK: How To Download File in Background

Prior to iOS 7, only a few kinds of application were allowed to download resources or content on the background while they would not run, and just for a limited time. Big downloads should actually occur while the app was in the foreground, and that was a hard fact for all developers. However, things changed in iOS 7 with the Background Transfer Service coming, as it totally eliminates all the limitations presented above. Not only every app can download content while it's not running, but it can also have as much time as it's required at its disposal until all downloads are over. Great flexibility and more power comes when the Background Transfer Service is combined with other multitasking features, such as the Background Fetch. For example, using the Background Fetch an app can schedule and initiate a download in the limited time that has at its disposal, and then using the Background Transfer Service to perform the actual data downloading.


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Monday, February 24, 2014

Understanding Multipeer Connectivity Framework in iOS 7 – Part 2

Editor's note: In part 1 of the multipeer connectivity series, we gave an introduction of the Multipeer Connectivity Framework and built chat feature of the demo app. The Multipeer Connectivity Framework is one of the many new frameworks introduced in iOS 7. As you can see in part 1, the framework allows developers to easily establish communication between nearby devices and implement features for data exchanging. In part 2 of the series, let's continue to explore the Multipeer Connectivity Framework and see how we can implement the file sharing feature.


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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Understanding Multipeer Connectivity Framework in iOS 7 – Part 1

The Multipeer Connectivity Framework is one of the many new frameworks iOS 7 introduces, and it broadens the range of the applications that can be built for the new operating system. Its aim is to enable developers to create applications that will allow devices being in close distance to get connected, simply using Wi-Fi networks or Bluetooth. Great tools are offered for establishing communication between nearby devices, and for exchanging data and other resources without much effort to be required.


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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Introduction to Text Kit in iOS 7 : Learn to build a simple text editor

Text Kit is part of the UIKit framework, and it consists of a collection of classes that enable developers to manage text and all of its attributes, as well as to display it in various ways, using new great methods and with a little effort. In this tutorial, we'll explore some cool Text Kit features and build a simple text app.


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Thursday, January 2, 2014

iOS Programming Recipe 16.2: Populating A UITableView With Data From The Web ��� iOS 7 and AFNetworking 2.0

To start off, we're going to create a project using the Single View Application Template. Title the project "WebTableView". On the storyboard, drag a new navigation controller into the scene. Control click from the prototype cell of the table view controller to the view controller and choose push from the segue type. Now your storyboard should resemble Figure 1 . You may also have to click and drag the root view arrow to the left side of the navigation controller.


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Monday, December 23, 2013

Easily Overlooked New Features in iOS 7

iOS 7 has been out for some time now. By now, you're undoubtedly aware of its groundbreaking visual design; you're dabbled in the new APIs such as SpriteKit, UIKit Dynamics and TextKit; and as a developer you've probably taken at least a few first steps with Xcode 5. However, this is one of the biggest iOS releases ever, especially in terms of new and deprecated features. Unless you're the type to stay up all night reading the iOS 7 release notes, it's pretty likely that there are one or two new changes that you might have overlooked. We've compiled a handy (but non-exhaustive!) list of some of the more urgent and interesting changes in iOS 7. Have a read through and see what new gems you weren't aware of before!


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Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples

Today iOS Development Resources, Open Sources, Articles, Tutorials and Samples 

1- Open Source Objective-C Library Enabling Faster HTTP Request Using The SPDY Protocol

A library from Twitter enabling faster HTTP requests using an experimental protocol from Google called SPDY that you can drop right into your apps empowering HTTP connections used by any code tht utilzies the NSURL stack:
You can find CocoaSPDY on Github here.

You'll find more details on how SPDY makes HTTP requests faster on the Github page.
2- Handy Xcode Plugin For Listing And Going Through To-Do And Fix-Me Items In Your Code

An Xcode plugin for easy listing, and going through todos, and fixmes in your code automatically based on comments:


You can find XToDo on Github here.

A nice simple plugin for going through your to-dos.

3- Example: A Newly Open Sourced Full-Featured Drawing App

An open source full featured drawing app featuring adjustable brushes, high performance, multiple layers, and exporting to Photoshop:


You can find the Brushes source code on Github here.

You can find Brushes on the App Store here.

An excellent open source drawing app.

4- iOS Component Providing A Smooth Video Scrubber That Can Be Placed In A UIView
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A smooth open source video scrubber component that can be placed within a UIView



You can find JSVideoScrubber on Github here.

A handy component if you're creating an app that involves some sort of video editing.

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Sunday, December 22, 2013

View Tint in iOS 7

An important part of developing with iOS 7 is having a consistent look and feel for our apps. One way this is achieved is through the use of tint. A view's tint property defines the tint color applied to all of its controls.


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Saturday, November 23, 2013

iOS 7 SDK: Core Bluetooth – Theoretical Overview

The Core Bluetooth tutorials are divided into two sections. The first one covers the theoretical aspect of Core Bluetooth, while the second serves as a complete practical lesson. Here you will find the complete source code for the practical tutorial, plus an additional starting project.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

UIKit Dynamics and iOS 7: Building UIKit Pong

UIKit Dynamics is one of the more fun parts of iOS 7, giving us user interface elements that mimic real physical objects. They can bump into each other, move and spin, fall with gravity and bounce around on invisible springs and strings. I decided to build an app that plays Pong using only UIKit in order to see how it all worked.


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Sunday, November 3, 2013

iOS 7 SDK: Background Transfer Service

This tutorial will show you how to use the background transfer service, a Multitasking API provided by iOS 7. I'll teach you how to create an app that will download a file without the application in the foreground. Once the file fully downloads, a notification message will pop-up. Continue reading to create this service!


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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

iOS 7 SDK: Working with Background Fetch

Background Fetch is an awesome feature released with iOS 7. Today, we live in a social world, and most of our users have several social network apps on their mobile devices. However, every time the user opens each app, they typically must wait until the app updates to view more recent content. This can be painful if several apps and profiles are used. Now, with background fetch, all content can be automatically fetched and updated before the user loads the app.


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Friday, September 27, 2013

What’s New in Objective-C and Foundation in iOS 7

Objective-C is the most common language for developing iOS and OS X apps. Sure, you can use third party frameworks that allow you to develop apps using other languages such HTML & Javascript or C#, but if you want to write blazingly fast, super efficient native apps then you need to use Objective-C. Foundation is one of the core frameworks that you'll use when developing Objective-C applications. As an iOS developer, it's critical to keep up-to-date with the latest advances in Objective-C and Foundation – and in iOS 7, there are some important changes you need to know about. In this article, you'll take a quick tour of some of the new features in Objective-C and Foundation. Note that this is an article instead of a tutorial – you'll get a quick crash course of what's new (with some code snippets along the way), so you can get up-to-speed as quickly as possible.


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Monday, September 23, 2013

The best hidden features in iOS 7

One hundred days and several hundred bug fixes after its announcement, iOS 7 is now available to download for iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, and the fifth-generation iPod touch. Apple claims there are "over 200" new features in its new OS, and by now you've probably heard all about the big changes. If you read our iOS 7 review, you can also find out whether they've combined to make iOS a better operating system. But what about the little things? The little things are important.


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UIKIT Dynamics – ios 7 Tutorial

iOS 7 has made life much simpler for developers by bringing in physics which can be used on UIViews. Now, developers can use most of the BOX2D features without actually using BOX2D directly. Let's look at various classes provided to us before starting our project.


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Thursday, August 29, 2013

iOS7 UIPickerView Customization

The iOS UIPickerView is one SDK component that leaves little to the developer for customization. With iOS7 and its entirely revamped look and feel just around the corner (allegedly), you may think that you'll be stuck with the new and improved UIPickerView chrome which for many may feel sub-optimal for existing or new apps that use this control. Help is just a delegate method away.


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