I’m Tim Schmitz, a freelance iOS developer in Washington, DC. When I’m not writing code, you might find me singing tenor with the 18th Street Singers, entertaining my two rambunctious cats, or trying to make a perfect cold-brew iced coffee.
In your first ten minutes using an iPad, you’ll have used most, if not all, of the iPad only user interface elements and because they’re done by Apple, you probably didn’t think much about using them, they just seemed natural. While as users, we don’t really want to be too conscious about them. As developers, we need to make sure we know what these new elements are called in each circumstance, so we can use the right one. Now the most significant new user interface idea that’s only for the iPad, is the split view. Typically used when you have, nested data or some kind of master detail relationship. If you’re in the settings application, on the iPhone, you’re used to going left an right through multiple screens. But here on the iPad it’s all on the same screen. You select from the list on the left. And the area on the right, the detail page changes to handle your selection, but itself handles a navigation controller so you can drill down to multiple screens. You’ll see this in…
This site can be a little outdated and I’m not sure if there is someone still working on it, but some topics aren’t changing too often — and one of that topics is Objective-C. If you want to learn this language, you’ll find there really great tutorials for it (just be careful — Objective-C was/is evolving too).
To arrange your apps alphabetically, on your iPad, tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Home Screen Layout. This will make your first page default to the original Apple apps. Beginning on the second page, your apps will appear alphabetically. You will have to do this each time you add an app to keep it in order or you can rearrange them after buying new apps.
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Let’s start off by taking a look at mobile bingo sites such as Rocket Bingo, as these are arguably the easiest ones to assess. These are built using what’s known as HTML5 technology, which basically changes the games to fit the device that you are using. There can be a couple of issues with this, like compatibility on older devices but generally they’re simple to use.
GameSalad recently teamed up with Amazon to offer access to development options specifically optimized for the Kindle Fire platform, including drag-and-drop integration with in-app purchase and GameCircle APIs.
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22 Lecture 10 Slides (October 27, 2011) Paul Hegarty introduces the UITabBarController, another “controller of controllers;” UINavigationItem, which controls what’s at top when a UIViewController gets pushed onto a UINavigationController. (October 27, 2011) 11/23/2011 Free View in iTunes
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