Posts tagged as: iphone dev
In Part 1 of this series, I will introduce you to the very basics of CoreLocation services and getting the location of the device currently being used.
The CoreLocation framework provides your app with the ability to get a device’s current location, provided the user of the device has granted your app access to that information.
Location services are provided in two major ways using this framework:
Standard Location Services– This service provides the most accurate location information using a variety of …
Today was the beginning of the in Denver Colorado. So far, I must say I am very impressed. There have been some great speakers and some very smart dudes in attendance. In case you are unfamiliar with 360iDev, here is a bit about it (from their ).
360|iDev is the premiere iPhone, iPod Touch developer conference in the world. We bring together the best speakers and sponsors in the industry under one roof!
As many of you may have seen by now, there are quite a few ways to find the documents directory on the iPhone. For those of you who don’t know, the documents directory of an app is the location where you should save your application data. While finding the documents directory is a trivial task, it is very important when coding most applications. Apple has provided quite a few ways for resolving the path to this directory.
The NSArray is a huge workhorse that we use quite frequently without even thinking about it. The NSArray class isn’t just your ordinary array. Not only does it provide random access, but it also dynamically re-sizes when you add new objects to it. While I won’t go over every method in NSArray (there are quite a few), I will discuss some of the more important ones that are most commonly used. Let’s take a closer look at this class.
In this tutorial I will show you how to develop a UITabBarController which contains a custom UIView from one of the tabs and a UINavigationController with a UITableView dictated byUISegmentControl in the second tab.
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The final product of this tutorial should look something like this:
Setting up the User …