Here’s my first Kickstarter project, called How to Program iPhone Apps from Scratch, which is designed to teach you iOS 6 and iOS 7 app development.
When I started programming for iPhone, it was frustrating because there was a lack of resources. Now there’s too many resources and most [...]
I’m teaching an online iPhone Development class through Skillshare.com where you will learn how to build iPhone apps. It starts on January 28th for three weeks. All the videos are recorded, so it’s ok to miss class.
The course is designed for non-programmers and beginner developers [...]
I decided to experiment with iOS Framework Guide from jverkoey’s github. There were a couple of issues that aren’t fixed for Xcode 4.5.2. It looks like some things may have changed.
The last lines of the script need to be updated for the static [...]
1. Order is important when creating the mock delegate object. It needs to be setup with all the delegate method receive calls before you [...]
I began with a new Xcode project using the Static Library template, but ran into issues with the difference between “logic tests” and “application tests”. In short, all [...]
Updated for iOS 7.0 on 10-3-2013. See my StackOverflow post for additional details. In iOS 7.0, a delegate method is required because the method call is sent to the cell as the firstResponder, rather than the UIViewController. It might be a bug, or it’s a change in [...]
Working with Xcode code signing is a pain. You may have encountered a situation where there are more than two code signing identity’s in Xcode. This means that you potentially have to change four different code signing settings to update your app, rather than just two.
I think this is cruft from upgrading to the [...]
I have a development kit for Leap Motion that arrived last week and I’ve been working on an Objective-C/C++ wrapper for the C++ Leap Motion SDK. I used opaque pointers to contain the Objective-C/C++ code into one file so that the header can be included in vanilla Objective-C apps.
Now that I have a starting [...]
Using the social.framework is real simple on iOS 6.0. Apple only refers to their reference, so I decided to show the code snippet example. To change between twitter and Sina Weibo, just use the types: SLServiceTypeSinaWeibo SLServiceTypeTwitter. It just takes 10 lines of code.
If you used the Twitter.framework, you can remove it and replace [...]
- No public Twitter messages.
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