Showing posts with label iPhone Samples. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPhone Samples. Show all posts

Monday, September 3, 2012

iOS Resources and Samples : A Color Chooser for the iPhone

1.A Color Chooser for the iPhone

In this blog we'll show an interesting way to set the background color of a view. We'll also be looking at different ways to represent the same data, and converting from one representation to another. So, let's get started! Start up Xcode, choose Create a new Xcode project, choose the Single View Application template, name the [...]

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How to Add Custom Backgrounds to iOS Tab & Navigation Bars

The standard tab bar and navigation bar included within iOS, in all honestly, are rather bland and if you're creating a brand new app, the last thing you want is to include something that doesn't look the part. This tutorial will show you how to add a custom background to the UINavigationBar within a UINavigationController and a UITabBar within a UITabBarController.

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Open Source Core Data And Network Debugging Tool For iOS Apps

PonyDebugger is a debugging tool from Square that uses the browser and helps you to debug native iOS apps by allowing you to view networking details, and Core Data store information in realtime.

You can find PonyDebugger on Github here with installation and usage instructions.

You can read more about PonyDebugger on the Square blog here.

An excellent time-saving tool.


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Today iOS Development Resources and Articles

1.Using Modal Storyboard Segues – iPhone Programming

An important new feature in Xcode 4 is the use of Storyboards to quickly prototype the user interface of applications. With storyboards, we can define an application as a series of view controllers (called Scenes) and the transitions between them (called Segues). There are three types of segues available: Push, Modal, and Custom. In this [...]

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2.iPhone Developer Club

Join The EDUmobile.ORG Monthly iPhone Developer Club and get monthly access to core app development and analysis. Every month we will create and dissect a new application from a developer's point of view – explaining the design, architecture, quality metrics and technology decisions that go into making a full application which is Market ready. We [...]

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3.Getting the duration of a touch on iPhone

Since iOS version 5, gesture recognizers have been added to the list of controls in the Interface Builder library. But sometimes we want more information about a touch than these handlers can easily provide. Today, I'll show you a simple way to get the exact duration of a touch on the screen. So let's get [...]

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Open Source C# (Mono Compatible) Library for Sending Push Notifications To iOS Apps

Another good alternative for sending push notifications.

You can find the library PushSharp on Github here.

You can find a tutorial illustrating how to use PushSharp with iOS applicationsin the Wiki here.

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Reusable collapsable table view for iOS

I was once working on an iPhone application that shows a large number of inputs, grouped into various categories, in a UITableView. To change the value of one of the inputs, the user presses the corresponding row in the table view and alters the value in a separate screen that appears. The table view had a section for each category and each section contained a table cell (row) for each input.

The problem was that the number of inputs became very, very large so that it didn't give the user a very good overview. It was even tedious to scroll from the top of the table to the bottom.

We decided that the user should be able to collapse and expand the sections (categories) of the table by simply pressing the header of the section. We required that the code that achieves this should be reusable and that it requires the least possible number of changes to the existing code.


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