With the upcoming release of iOS 11 in September 2017 and a fresh update for Apple’s innovative programming language Swift, it is a good time to start learning how to develop apps for the iPhone and iPad.
10 Lecture 15 Slides (November 15, 2011) Paul Hegarty introduces modal view controllers that “take over the screen;” inputting text using UITextField and UITextView; UIView Animation; and NSTimer. (November 15, 2011) 12/14/2011 Free View in iTunes
At the moment I have 1336 apps in my 64GB iPad & sorting them into folders is a real pain & time consuming esp after a fresh system restore. I wish Apple or someone will come up with a tool or an app automatically sort them into folders based maybe on the AppStore categories.
While both keywords objects created from the class self references the properties and methods defined in the current class definition while super references the properties and methods defined in the superclass definition.
This is something I really didn’t know you could do. Or rather, I knew about multiple targets but was so entrenched in how I used to set up projects that I never really considered what the purpose or implications of multiple targets were. [Read more…]
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The $750,000 includes $120,000 of operational dollars for legal, accounting, and comparable fees. He further breaks down the remaining $630,000 as follows: $35,000 per month for a team of four, which I would consider a very standard team size for building an app. The timeline to build a v1.0 app is usually anywhere between 4-6 months. So taking that monthly spend and multiplying it times that timeline, we have our first answer: a v1.0 app should cost anywhere between $140,000 to $210,000.
Some of the largest app-focused firms, the “big boys” if you will, won’t give you the time of day if your budget is not at least $500,000. I’ve heard prospects tell me they were given quotes for $900,000 or more and those were just ballpark estimates provided within a quick, 15-minute discovery call.
XCode will help you do the initial set up work when you are creating a new class. To add a class you can simply control-click on a group folder in XCode and select New File… . In the dialog box that pops up select iOS > Cocoa Touch > Objective-C class and click Next . Then name your class and choose NSObject as the subclass.
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That would make it easier to create a single operating system for all Apple gadgets. Will Apple go there? Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook has resisted doing so, arguing that merging iOS and macOS would degrade the experience. “You can converge a toaster and a refrigerator, but those things are probably not going to be pleasing to the user,” Cook said in 2012. Apple software chief Craig Federighi has called the blending of iOS and macOS “a compromise.”