Minnesota CocoaHeads Sprite Kit Review
Last Thursday I had the privilege to speak about Sprite Kit at the Minnesota CocoaHeads chapter. The turnout was great as iOS developers are excited about the potential of Sprite Kit. Sprite Kit is a ...
Dismissing Modal and Current UIViewControllers in the Same Delegate
Sometimes in iOS, something that seems like it should be easy to do can, be a bit more complicated than you would expect or can be difficult to remember since you don’t ...
Using Google Analytics iOS SDK in Shared Library Projects
Recently I added Google Analytics to an iOS project that included several shared libraries that I use for common, reusable code. This presented an organizational challenge as I needed to send events to Google Analytics ...
Start building out automated groovy mobile web application testing on your iPhone or iPad with Geb and Spock
Apr 24, 2012
Leverage Geb and Spock for automated testing of mobile application on mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad and Android devices....
SplitView for JQuery Mobile
If you’ve worked with an iPad for any significant period of time, odds are you’ve run across one of its main user interfaces, ‘Split View’, which is a type of master-detail interface. An example version ...
Let network connectivity help guide concurrency in your iPhone and iPad applications
Through using Apple’s Reachability sample project, built upon the SystemConfiguration framework, developers can quickly add code to their iOS projects to test network access details, and leverage that information to optimize the performance of their applications, through defining parallel operation configurations for asynchronous network calls. ...
iPad (iOS) Project – Oracle
Worldwide Enterprise Software Company – iPad Case Study Client Profile The client provides the world’s most complete, open, and integrated business software and hardware systems, with more than 370,000 customers. The Project Demonstrate a new ...
Presentation: Intro to iPad Development
Senior Consultant Steve McCoole will present an introduction to developing applications for the iPad. Steve will cover the three main approaches to creating applications for the iPad: native, web applications and hybrid, what you need to develop each type of application, tips and tricks to make enhance your development environment, simple example programs with and without Interface Builder and ways to demonstrate your applications to interested clients.
Lights, Camera, ActionSheet!: Updating iOS ShareKit’s Twitter service to provide photo and message support together in a cohesive UI
ShareKit (<a href="http://getsharekit.com/">http://getsharekit.com</a>) is a popular, open-source, drop-in solution for implementing social sharing features in iOS applications. ShareKit does not yet have support for selecting/capturing a photo and sending it as part of a Twitter message. However, thanks to ShareKit’s open-source nature and framework for extensibility, I was able to add this functionality without much fanfare, and still leverage the recently added img.ly support to link to that image. An overview of an initial form of this implementation is outlined in this blog post....
Communicating with external devices from the iPhone and iPad
An expanding marketplace for devices capable of interacting with iPad and iPhone applications is sure to be a major driver of corporate iOS-related spending in 2011. Starting with the release of iOS 3.0 in June ...