Posts tagged as: SQLite
In the age where Core Data is king, the database that started it all is often overlooked. I’m talking of course about sqlite. As you may or may not know, prior to core data, sqlite was the preferred method of storing relational data on iOS devices.
Although, most developers don’t interact with sqlite directly, they still use it under the hood as the primary data store for core data. This is great and all, but there are often times when raw …
So, why would you want to integrate Google Analytics into your iPhone application. Duh, for the same reasons you would integrate it into your site. Google has extended their killer analytics platform to include mobile devices including the iPhone and Android devices.
The analytics API gives you some very powerful options to get as nitty gritty as you would like in your application tracking.
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:
This is part 3 in our multipart series of creating a todo list for the iPhone. For this, you must have completed the following tutorials.
This tutorial is part 2 in our series of creating a to-do list. I will assume that you have completed the following tutorial and its prequisites.
I will be using the code produced from that tutorial as a base for this one. When you are finished with this tutorial, your application will look something like this:
In this section, I will not only teach you how to …
If you have been following my tutorials, you know that we have been working primarily with UITableViews. This is mostly because SO many applications can be developed using this simple control. This final UITableView tutorial will be taking all of the skills learned from previous tutorials, putting them all together, and adding SQLite to create a prioritized To-Do list. I will also be showing you how to add multiple columns to your table cells and we will …