Posts tagged as: Programming

Code Snippet – Quickly Find The Documents Directory

September 9th, 2009 Posted by: - posted under:Snippets - 9 Comments

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.
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NSTimer: The Poor Man’s Threading – Code Snapshot

July 23rd, 2009 Posted by: - posted under:Snippets - 34 Comments

Hey guys. So usually the posts we put up here involve screencasts and presentations, but we are going to start also posting small less time consuming pieces for the site. Today I bring to you a small project involving NSTimers. Today we are going to build an app that represents a horse race. We will create a view with 6 small UIView squares with a blue background at the bottom of the screen, we will use a timer to move …


iPhone Programming Tutorial: Integrating Twitter Into Your iPhone Applications

July 9th, 2009 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 139 Comments

If you are a developer (which you most likely are if you are reading this) you probably have (or should have) a Twitter account. With Twitter getting so much attention lately, you would be crazy to not include some sort of Twitter integration into your own iPhone application.
There are many ways applications can be made more social by including Twitter. For example, you could make the application auto-tweet when you unlock a special item in a game, …


iPhone Programming Tutorial – Creating a ToDo List Using SQLite Part 4

September 22nd, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 115 Comments

This is the final installment of our 4 part series of creating a Todo list for the iPhone. In this tutorial, I will detail how to add and delete new todo objects from the SQLite database. Make sure that you have completed the following tutorials before you begin this one:

iPhone Programming Tutorial – Creating a ToDo List Using SQLite Part 1


iCodeBlog Launched

July 22nd, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Articles - 1 Comment

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Welcome to iCodeBlog! This blog will mainly focus on iphone programming using the XCode environment. I will be updating weekly with iphone programming tutorials, news, updates and related nerdy stuff.
A little bit about me…
I am a Computer Science student at the University of New Mexico and will be starting my senior year this fall. I became interested in iPhone development with the launch of the web applications and had Apple accept 3 of my web applications. …