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One of vital elements of any iOS application is the info.plist file. This graph based file contains important configuration settings for your application to run normally. For instance you set the icons your app requires in the plist file.
Home > Tutorials > Make iPad icons In this topic, we'll learn how to create icons for iPad applications. The topic is based on the Apple article named "iPad Human Interface Guidelines: Creating Custom Icons and Images".
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From akosma wiki This page centralizes code samples for URL schemes available in many iPhone applications, not only in Apple's but in many others. It also includes programming tips and references about implementing apps registering or consuming URL schemes. If you own an iPhone app, contact akosma software to add the schemes you've implemented in your application, for others to use. The important thing is to showcase code samples, ready for others to use.
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed or follow me on Twitter . Thanks for visiting! Learn how to parse (or scrape) HTML on iOS! This is a blog post by iOS Tutorial Team member Matt Galloway , founder of SwipeStack , a mobile development team based in London, UK. Let’s say you want to find some information inside a web page and display it in a custom way in your app. This technique is called “scraping.”
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Being able to work offline is an expected feature of mobile applications. For data-driven applications, it means that you — the developer — will have to store (a subset of) your application data locally, and implement a data synchronization mechanism that keeps your local and server data in sync. In this article, I describe a simple data synchronization strategy that uses the device’s (or browser’s) SQLite database.
Load Attachments In Your App! A lot of developers want to be able to share their app’s data via email. It’s a convenient way for users to send data to each other or between devices – and it may even net you some new customers! Luckily, this is pretty easy to do on the iPhone – you just have to set a few keys in your Info.plist and handle a few callbacks so the OS can open your app with the URL to import. So we’ll cover how to do exactly that in this tutorial! We’re going to start with the Scary Bugs project we’ve been building starting from the simple app tutorial on up to the file sharing tutorial .
13 August 2012 If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed or follow me on Twitter . Thanks for visiting! Vote for your favorite iOS libraries!
Adding Google Analytic library to the iOS project, the XCode project does not build anymore. It fails with the following error: Undefined symbols for architecture armv7: "_OBJC_CLASS_$_NSFetchRequest", referenced from: objc-class-ref in libGoogleAnalytics.a(GAIDataStore.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_NSManagedObject", referenced from:
This site contains a ton of fun tutorials – so many that they were becoming hard to find! So I put together this little page to help everyone quickly find the tutorial they’re looking for. Hope you enjoy! :]
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Objective-C Objective-C is the primary language used to write Mac software. If you're comfortable with basic object-oriented concepts and the C language, Objective-C will make a lot of sense.
Each year there appear new and more technically advanced products on the market. The moment they become popular, these products set new standards. One and the same website for a web browser, a telephone, and a tablet PC is decidedly not enough. This is why we would like to create individual solutions for each platform so as to fully utilize the possibilities they offer.
Lors du développement d’une application iOS, il est très fréquent d’utiliser plusieurs vues . Bien souvent même, une seconde vue est chargée en plus de la première vue qui est restée en mémoire, et on veut mettre à jour la première vue suite aux modifications apportées dans la seconde vue. On se retrouve alors face à une problématique : comment avertir la classe appelante à partir de la classe appelée ?
Comme je vous le disais dans la première partie de ce livre, nous allons utiliser le langage Objective-C pour développer nos applications. Et pour bien comprendre comment fonctionne l'Objective-C, vous devez dans un premier temps en acquérir les bases. Tout ce qui sera dit ici vous sera profitable lorsque vous écrirez des applications en Objective-C.