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Tutorials for iPhone / iOS Developers and Gamers

Tutorials for iPhone / iOS Developers and Gamers
Reminder: Free Live Tech Talk (Reactive Cocoa) Tomorrow (Tuesday)! Check out our live tech talk on Reactive Cocoa with Colin Eberhardt and Justin Spahr-Summers! Video Tutorial: Beginner OpenGL ES and GLKit Part 5: 3D Transformation Learn how to use 3D transformations to move from a square to a cube: model, view, perspective, and viewport transformations. How to Save your Game’s Data: Part 2/2 In the second part of this tutorial, you will be adding your own anti-cheat system as well as saving your game’s data into iCloud.

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Introduction to RestKit Tutorial Need coffee now? You're gonna write an app for that! Update 02/24/2014: Updated RestKit tutorial for new version of the RestKit library. There are a lot of web services that you can connect to to get interesting and useful data. For example, Twitter has a web service you can use to list and send Tweets, and Foursquare has a web service you can connect to that allows you to retrieve a list of restaurants near your current location. If you want to use these APIs, you can connect to them directly with NSURLRequest or a wrapper library like AFNetworking.

Viewport scale on iPhone, iPad. This article started with a simple question. How do I get the current viewport scale in a website or web app? While focused on the iPhone/iPad, the following JavaScript solution is as generic as possible and provides access to the current viewport scale if available. A Swift Introduction to Realm, with Tim Oliver Sign up to be notified of new videos— we won’t email you for any other reason, ever. About the Speaker: Tim Oliver Tim Oliver hails from Perth, Australia! He has been an iOS developer for 6 years, and recently joined Realm in March 2015. Tim has a cool app called iComics and he loves karaoke! He does, in fact, also sometimes have the problem of too many kangaroos in his backyard.

A learning adventure Myles Pilling reports on a recent project to develop iPad-based digital learning experiences for a group of students with highly individual needs In September 2014 the Tablet Academy was approached by the Fonthill Foundation, an educational charity, to setup a learning and teaching project with St John’s, a special educational needs (SEN) school and specialist college in East Sussex, England. St John’s provides education, care and medical therapy to young people aged 7 to 25 and the project’s aim was to use iPads to develop digital learning experiences to engage and motivate its students. The project began in October 2014 and ran until July 2015. It was based at the Fonthill Learning Adventure Centre (LAC), an exciting technology-driven space situated in Brighton Marina.

iOS Tutorial: How to use git with Xcode Learn how to use Git together with Xcode Swift and iOS8 Apps in 31 Days: Build 16 iPhone apps☞ Design UI and write code using Swift and Xcode 6. iOS NSURLSession Example (HTTP GET, POST, Background Downlad ) In iOS NSURLSession Example, I have explained how use NSURLSession API to make HTTP requests.NSURLSession class is introduced in iOS 7 and OS X v10.9. NSURLSession is replacement for NSURLConnection and this API gives your app the ability to perform background downloads when your app is in background. Left images explains how NSURLConnection Works, and right image explains how NSURLSession works. Below topics are covered in this tutorial. 1).Session Types 2).NSURLSession Task & Delegates 3).HTTP GET and POST with NSURLSessionDataTask 4).File Download with NSURLSessionDownloadTask 5).File Download when app is in background

Detailed Guide for setting up building iOS apps without a Mac I just did a successful build and run using this workflow - it has been described in summary as a response to this question: This is a more detailed step-by-step guide of the process. 1. Download and Install OpenSSL Download and install OpenSSL for Windows 32 bit from this location: (You may need to install the VC2008 32 Bit Redistributables as well) Swift for Complete Beginners – a free Hacking with Swift tutorial Swift is a fast, free, powerful and flexible programming language from Apple, and you can use it to make any kind of iPhone and iPad apps you can imagine. But if you're just starting out, you might be a bit overwhelmed: where do you start? What tutorials are best?

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