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AppCoda Community - Learn iOS Programming and Build iPhone App

AppCoda Community - Learn iOS Programming and Build iPhone App

PHP: The Right Way Rosetta Code Revisiting the App Launch Sequence on iOS In June 2011, I blogged about the App Launch Sequence on iOS for the first time, illustrating what really happens under the hood between the launch of an iOS app and the application:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions: method. Since that time, Apple has revised the default launch sequence in their iOS app project templates, so it is time for an update to the original post. Flowchart of the default app launch sequence in iOS as of Xcode 4.2 for a non-storyboarded app. Feel free to share this image under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY). Let’s have a look at the changes to the main() function, which still is the starting point for our app. main() uses the new @autoreleasepool { } syntax introduced with LLVM 3.0, but that change doesn’t concern the app’s launch sequence. Looking at the documentation, we learn that the fourth argument to UIApplicationMain() specifies Before Xcode 4.2, all default project templates did create a MainWindow.xib file.

TechCrunch iPhone Programming Tutorials PythonBooks - Learn Python the easy way ! - Growth Hacks Learn Sketch 3 - Design+Code Sketch is a vector design tool entirely focused on user interface design. It’s easy to pick up and costs a fraction of the price of Photoshop. Because of its simplicity, anyone with little to no training can learn Sketch. It’s perfect for designing for multiple devices, and delivering assets is a breeze. Sketch uses a single unit, styles only relevant to UI design, a built-in iPhone previewing tool called Mirror and Artboards, the most efficient way to design multiple screens. It's been 3 years since I’ve used Sketch exclusively and it has completely changed my workflow. Sketch was voted App of the Year by NetAwards, and most used Wireframing and User Interface Design tool on a survey responded by 4,000 designers, dethroning the almighty Photoshop. Introduction to Sketch Sketch is the ultimate tool for iOS, Android and Web design. Designing for Screens Everything you'll learn in Sketch will immediately be useful to app design. Customizing Your Toolbar Artboards Pages UI Templates Colors Symbols

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