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InDesign Tutorial | Create an interactive magazine for the iPad
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Automatic reference counting (ARC) was introduced in the iOS 5 sdk to free Objective-C programmers from having to handle memory management by making memory management the job of the compiler. If you developer with Objective-C prior to the iOS 5 SDK or talked to Obj-C programmers then you are probably aware of how tedious task memory management could become. When using ARC there is no need for retain and release calls, and not only that in many cases ARC can provide a significant performance increase. You can read many of the fine details about automatic reference counting in the official documents on the LLVM website here. On this page you’ll find tutorials and guides giving a general overview of ARC and handling specific cases. (ARC) Automatic Reference Counting Tutorial And Guide Page
iPhone and iPad Design Templates and How to Use Them There is a lot of “process” that goes into designing for mobile devices, but sometimes you just wanna jump in and get your hands dirty! This post is designed to give you the tools you’ll need and the basic design and technical requirements to get you up and running quickly. Standard Screen Sizes and Icon Sizes If you haven’t read the Apple Interface Guidelines for iPhone and iPad yet, you should.
README.markdown Leaves Leaves is an simple way to present a page-turning interface similar to Apple's iBooks. shuhongwu/leaves-zoom-enhanced
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iOS PDF Viewer App v1.1.1 Now available on GitHub is version 1.1.0 of the open source iOS PDF Viewer App (based on the open source iOS PDF Reader Core): Changed ‘unsafe_unretained’ to ‘weak’. Pulled in PDF Reader Core for iOS v2.7.1 code. Updated the project for Xcode 5.0 (iOS 6 is now the minimum iOS Deployment Target). Full resolution screen captures can be found in the README. vfr.org | Scito te ipsum
A new way to distribute magazines Since the beginning of the iPad era, one of the most appreciated features in the tablet has been the possibility to read magazines and newspapers. Practically all major publishers (and a lot of minor) have created their own magazine and newspaper apps and the first in-house experiments have grown with increasingly better applications. Besides a lot of software companies followed this path, the major ones by providing their own publishing system and a lot of other start-ups simply exist to offer their services to create custom apps for their customers. iOS Newsstand Tutorial - Viggiosoft Blog
Two different concepts In my previous article on the subject I explained how to create an app that supports the Newsstand feature introduced by Apple with iOS 5. The concepts explained in that post provide the technical references needed to build an app that is able to retrieve and download any new content, even in the background, and update the cover-like icon in the Newsstand app. Unfortunately while technically an app build in this way is completely functional, it wouldn’t be approved by Apple if sent for review. The reason for this is that Apple requires that each app compatible with Newsstand must offer its contens using an iTunes managed subscription. Newsstand and Subscriptions - Viggiosoft Blog
Introduction One of the most appreciated features by iPad users is the possibility to read books, magazines and newspapers. Practically all major publishers are in the App Store with apps dedicated to their products but there also many other minor publishers, in every country, that entered in the iOS world with one or more apps. Before you start this project you will need the source files. Please click the link below and share a tweet to access these files: How to make a magazine app in iOS – Part I - iOS-Blog
How to make a magazine app in iOS – Part II - iOS-Blog Welcome to the second part of this tutorial. Previous in the series:How to make a magazine app in iOS – Part I Before you start this project you will need the source files. Please click the link below and share a tweet to access these files: The iOS5 revolution
Installing iOS SDK and Xcode on Windows 7 [Updated] | The iPod touch Weblog - Apple News, Tricks, and ThemesUpdate 2: August 17, 2011 The TechExxpert guide has been updated to fully allow Xcode 4.1 to work. Sorry that the past fixes did not work. Thanks for the comments! Please let me know if this guide works/doesn't work. Update: This guide has been modified to the latest updates as of August 2, 2011 including the latest Xcode 4.1 and OS X Lion 10.7. Apple has been adamantly refusing to create an iPhone SDK support for Windows-based machines.
Update: Fixed down hard drive files (February 8, 2012). Sorry about the delay guys, this page has been updated so that Xcode 4.1 does not crash anymore. (August 17, 2011). If you've tried to virtualize previous versions of OS X, you know that it is a very tedious and time consuming process. This new guide works by giving you a simple VMWare Image.
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App Store-safe Page Curl animations Update February 22, 2013: Please do not use the code I present in this article anymore. The iOS SDK has progressed tremendously since I wrote this post in 2010, and now provides a native implementation of the page curl gesture/animation in the form of UIPageViewController. This API is a lot more flexible and easier to use than the Leaves project discussed here. Even if its usefulness is questionable, the page curl has become one of the signature effects of Apple’s iOS devices so it is no surprise that many developers would like to implement this effect in their apps.
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1. Design for iPad and iPhone To design for the Baker Framework you just have to build HTML5 pages prepared for the iPad and iPhone screen and you can unleash the power of WebKit. That's all. Use your favorite tools, test it on the iPad from Safari, refine as much as you want, include all the HTML5 goodness: video, audio, animations.