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. If you don't know C, you should read the C Tutorial first. This tutorial is written and illustrated by Scott Stevenson Copyright © 2008 Scott Stevenson
Update: 01/10/2012 : The original version of this article by Jen Gordon was published in August 2009. It was thoroughly revised and updated by the author in September 2012. — Editorial Team Since the iTunes App Store launched in 2008, over 500,000 apps have been approved by Apple, and thousands more app ideas are scrawled on napkins across the world every day.
In this first iPhone app tutorial you will be introduced to some new tools like xcode, and Interface Builder. You will also learn how to create new view, add controls, and respond to the events. Click on Read more to continue.
Multicolor websites can be tricky to pull off, but when done right the results can be absolutely stunning! Using every hue in the rainbow enable designers to achieve an unrivaled vibrancy, buoyancy and energy. That said, it always helps to see how other designers have done it and incorporated that wide range of spectrum into their designs. Enjoy this collection of 20 vibrant spectrum-spanning websites, and be inspired!
For the past few years, we’ve heard pundits declaring each year as “year of the mobile Web”; each year trying to sound more convincing than the previous. Whether 2011 will be the real “year of the mobile” remains to be seen, but what is indisputable is the fact that the mobile usage of the Web is growing and evolving. As it evolves, so does the mobile user experience , driven by advances in mobile device technology — from better browsers on basic mobile phones (or feature phones — remember the Motorola RAZR?)
Here I will discuss each and every thing that is required to create a business application for iPhone. If you have tried any business application or if you have read the User Interface Guide on Apple’s developer site, you will agree that almost all the business applications invlolve atleast one UITableView. Also the UI is very neatly designed and does not involve any flashy UI elements. So In next few posts I am going to create each of those elements required to make a successful business application and at the end I will be demostrating a sample application that downloads data from a server and displays the information in a neat way.
DesignWoop welcomes this guest post by Tomas Laurinavicius . Since the iPhone and iPad entered the market you can hear lots of news about apps for these devices. Tons of apps available today and you can find everything you want.
[October 4, 2012 Update] On September 27, 2012, Apple accepted my first app, Fine Tip – Tip Calculator (buy it here , read about it here ) into the app store. For reasons I won’t get into, I abandoned iPhone app development back in the fall of 2009. In August 2012, I took up the torch again.
ColorCombos When designing a website, one of the firsts (and most important) steps of the process is to choose a color scheme. Color Combos allow you to browse thousand of different colors combinations for getting inspired for your upcomming design. Color schemes can be browsed by colors.
In this tutorial we will learn how to add a UIToolbar to an app with UINavigationController. In this tutorial we will learn how to add a UIToolbar to an app with UINavigationController. I had a requirement where I wanted to add a UIToolbar with one button. Clicking the button will load a view controller which is the same view controller when a UITableViewCell is selected and this is what I did. This is how the final app will look like Start by creating a new project by selecting “Navigation-Based Application”.
I've been doing Android development for some time, and before that I experimented with Palm and Blackberry, so I figured it was time for some hands-on iPhone programming as well. In this article I'd like to share a few of my initial experiences. Apple released the first official iPhone native SDK in March 2008, although there were ways to run native programs unofficially before that. In an earlier article, Apple opens iPhone to developers , I introduced some of the basics of the architecture and tools so you may want to read that first.
Learn C for Cocoa This tutorial explains the parts of C you need to get started with Cocoa. We cover most concepts in a page or two instead of an entire chapter.
Similar to one of my first blog posts on building a basic application for Mac OS X using xcode 3.0, I am going to explain for beginning iPhone/iPod Touch developers how to build the most basic Cocoa Touch application using Interface Builder and an application delegate in xcode 3.1. This tutorial post is really to provide a quick how-to. I won’t go into any depth explaining why things are done the way they are done, but this should help you get up and running with your first application pretty quickly so that you too can clog the App Store with useless superfluous apps (kidding… just kidding). If you are a visual learner, it may be helpful to you to instead watch a video presentation of this tutorial. I’ve posted it on the site, but you’ll have to click the link to see my Cocoa Touch Video Tutorial . Understanding Cocoa programming is much simpler if you learn MVC, Model, View, Controller .