A Boolean value indicating whether the view should underlap the status bar. (Deprecated in iOS 7.0.) Discussion When a view controller presents its view, it normally shrinks that view so that its frame does not overlap the device’s status bar. Deprecated UIViewController Methods
By Paul on September 7th, 2011 in TechnobabbleTags: arc, development, iOS, ios5, xcode Automatic Reference Counting (ARC) largely removes the burden of manual memory management, not to mention the chore of tracking down bugs caused by leaking or over-released objects! Despite its awesomeness, ARC does not let you ignore memory management altogether. This post covers the following key aspects of ARC to help you get up and running quickly. ARC
Storyboard Background Info (Not Necessary Reading): I read a 500 page book on Objective-C on Saturday and so I thought I was ready to start programming iPhone apps, so then I looked at a ton of books and tried to do the step-by-step tutorials but none of them made any sense since Apple has updated all of their development tools and there are a lot of new features that have made things in the past irrelevant. For example, XIB files were not automatically generated in the newest version of XCode, so it was a struggle to get even a simple program running. I didn't even know how to design a user interface, so being confused I naturally Googled the file in XCode that I didn't know what is was (storyboard) and I saw that it was Apple's new way to design user interfaces.
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iOS 7 SDK and Xcode 5 To build your apps for iOS 7, make sure your devices are running iOS 7 and your Mac has Xcode 5 with iOS 7 SDK installed. If you don’t have the latest release of Xcode, you can download it from the Mac App Store. Xcode Release Notes A7 and 64-bit iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and iPad mini with Retina display are powered by Apple’s next generation A7 chip, making them the world’s first mobile devices with 64-bit desktop-class architecture for blazing fast performance in the palm of your hand. iOS 5