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Documentazione per gli sviluppatori di Facebook

Documentazione per gli sviluppatori di Facebook
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Top 4 open source augmented reality SDKs Advancements in augmented reality (AR) technologies have unearthed possibilities that previously were restricted to our imaginations. Today, it's possible to use sophisticated computer-produced vision to augment our physical environment in entirely new and captivating ways. The resulting boom has led developers to seek out the best open source AR software development kits (SDKs) to build the next big AR-powered applications and games. This includes people like Swizec, who has spent the past 10 years working in AR and developing apps like the projects shown on iOS Tutorial - Développeurs Facebook The SDK comes with samples that demonstrate some of its features. To find and run these samples, download the SDK, and then click on the .pkg file and follow the wizard to install it. Once the SDK is installed, go to the FacebookSDK folder (located by default inside your Documents folder), and there you will find a Samples folder that contains the samples you're looking for.

iOS App Programming Guide: Advanced App Tricks Many app-related tasks depend on the type of app you are trying to create. This chapter shows you how to implement some of the common behaviors found in iOS apps. Configuring Your App to Support iPhone 5 Apps linked against iOS 6 and later should be prepared to support the larger screen size of iPhone 5 and iPod touch (5th generation) devices. To support the larger screen in your code properly, never make assumptions about the current device’s screen size. Instead, always retrieve the size of a screen, window, or view dynamically and use that size information to configure your interface.

round() returning NaN > > In short, the problem was that after (explicitly) using mmx instructions, you must call emms instruction to cleanup the floating point registers, else any use of a floating point instructions may behave unexpectedly. > > Are you using mmx or calling code that may use it and does not call emms to cleanup the registers ? I'm not using mmx instructions explicitly. >> 2. I notices that if I put a breakpoint in some particular place of the code the problem doesn't occur: it is as if the actual stopping on the breakpoint cleared the bad stuff that was causing it...> > To me, this suggests a possible threading issue. My application does not produce threads explicitly. >> I would appreciate any ideas or directions that you or others might have, this is really worrying and I'm out of ideas...> > I recommend trying the -fstack-protector-all compiler option.

The Rise Of Facebook’s Valuation From 2004-2011 [Graphic] Click image to enlarge. The panic at absurd rumors of Facebook’s demise over the weekend, coupled with the Goldman Sachs Facebook investment frenzy at the beginning of this year got us thinking; Did initial Facebook investor Peter Thiel, who invested 500K early on and still thought Facebook was undervalued at $30 billion back in September, actually make the most impressive investment call in tech history? So artist Audrey Fukuman, our rockstar intern Rip Empson and I set out to capture what the Facebook valuation trajectory looked like. 3D Cube View Transition On iPhone Today I'm glad to introduce you how I implement a simple 3D Cube transition with Core Animation on iPhone. As the matter of fact, I always think that Mac's 3D Cube Transition used for user account switch is really an amazing view switch effect, but since there isn't one I can use on iPhone, at least I didn't find one, I decided to implement it by myself. To make it easier to be integrated in my code, I followed the sample of TransitionView provided by Apple, and implement a new TransitionView with 3D Cube Transition.

Updated iOS device and OS version stats from Instapaper This is a quick update to my iOS device and OS version stats as reported by Instapaper 3.0. The same disclaimers apply. This sample does not represent all iOS owners. Specifically, it only represents people who: Paid $5 for the Instapaper app, and…Are using at least the 3.0 release from five months ago, and…Logged into the app with an account (or created an account from it), and…Connected to the internet long enough for an update request to be received by the service. 10 Of The Best Facebook Applications for Webmasters Facebook has become the biggest social networking website in the world and it is a great way to get yourself noticed. It doesn’t matter whether you are a designer, a web developer or anything else; Facebook offers a number of great ways to network with your clients and keep in contact with them. We have found 10 of the best Facebook applications for webmasters that will really help you. Enjoy! 1. Pagemaps

10 iOS Libraries to Make Your Life Easier The operating system that powers Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices, iOS, has proved incredibly popular with developers. A large part of this is almost certainly due to the opportunity that the App Store gives developers to make money, but the great development tools that Apple provide, in the form of XCode and Interface Builder, and also the Objective-C programming language, which iOS developers are required to use, certainly play their part. The iOS SDK that developers use to build iPhone and iPad apps is relatively low level, requiring the developer to do a lot of work to get their app up and running.

Using Blocks in iOS 4: The Basics iOS 4 introduces one new feature that will fundamentally change the way you program in general: blocks. Blocks are an extension to the C language and thus fully supported in Objective-C. If you're coming from a programming language such as Ruby, Python, or Lisp, then you know the power of blocks. [iOS] How to add push animation to view controller without a navigation controller On Dec 10, 2010, at 1:49 PM, Tharindu Madushanka wrote: > Hi, > Thanks. > > But. This works with two views appearing as pushed. But I would like to have animation for my next view controller. > > But with two view controllers when other view controller shown, how could we present that with similar animation. Well, first it depends if you really want to present the next view in a modal state.

Dynamic ivars: solving a fragile base class problem Introduction The post is about dynamic ivars in Objective-C. Dynamic ivars exist to solve a common type of fragile base class, specifically, the problem of ivar layouts. A fragile base class problem is a situation where a minor change to the base class can break subclasses. The ivar layout problem is a fragile base class problem where you can't add an ivar to a base class without requiring all subclasses to be recompiled. The fragile base class problem with ivar layouts occurs because accessing an ivar requires adding the ivar's offset within the object to the object's pointer.

Package Index : hachoir-parser 1.3.4 Package of Hachoir parsers used to open binary files hachoir-parser is a package of most common file format parsers written for Hachoir framework. Not all parsers are complete, some are very good and other are poor: only parser first level of the tree for example.