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Tutorial On Creating A Pulse News App Like Front End Interface

✔ Sources: http://www.raywenderlich.com/4723/how-to-make-an-interface-with-horizontal-tables-like-the-pulse-news-app-part-2

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Tapku Library: Displaying Calendar Markers on iPhone | Developing in the Dark

Tapku Library: Displaying Calendar Markers on iPhone | Developing in the Dark | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

The Technical Blog of Benjamin Pearson... :


"Early on I had to implement a drop down calendar with a similar look and feel as the native calendar app. There appears to be two major, actively maintained implementations on Github: Kal and Tapku Library - I went with Tapku, however Kal could possibly be just as good or even better (let me know if it is). Tapku is super easy to integrate and offers a bunch of UI components including Coverflow, Progress Bars, Graphs, and importantly in this instance - a Calendar."





✔ Sources: http://developinginthedark.com/posts/iphone-tapku-calendar-markers



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Sunetos, Inc. :: How To Use Custom Classes With Core Data Without Fear

Sunetos, Inc. :: How To Use Custom Classes With Core Data Without Fear | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

If you are using CoreData in your iOS app, you have several options for your domain objects. Here is a short list of ways you could use Core Data objects in your app:

 1 - Use generic NSManagedObject, no custom classes

 2 - Create custom classes by hand

 3 - Create a file template to use when creating custom classes

 4 - Use an external tool to create custom classes

 5 - Let Xcode generated custom classes, then modify them

 6 - Add categories to Xcode generated custom classes

 

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Importing and displaying large data sets in Core Data

Importing a large amount of data, either from disk or from a network takes time and memory. If this is done on the main/UI thread then it becomes obvious to the user because the user interface is slow or unresponsive. This leads to a poor experience for the user.

On the other side of this, once you get the data imported into Core Data then you need to save it. If you are using a SQLite database then it can take a considerable amount of time. If you are using a binary store then it will take even longer. Again a poor user experience.

The answer to this problem involves multi-threading and breaking the job down into smaller pieces.

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Grand Central Dispatch And Writing Methods That Accept Blocks As Arguments

Grand Central Dispatch And Writing Methods That Accept Blocks As Arguments | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

Have you ever looked at the enumerateObjectsUsingBlock method of NSArray and wondered how you might use that design pattern in your own application. In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to do just this. We will be writing methods that accept blocks as arguments as well as learning how to declare block ivars and properties.

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Basic Printing with AirPrint

Basic Printing with AirPrint | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

Apple introduced the ability to print wirelessly with iOS 4.2 using AirPrint enabled printers. Adding basic printing functionality to an iOS app is pretty straightforward, requiring just a few lines of code. In this post I will walk through adding basic printing support to an app, this will lay the foundation for some more advanced printing in a follow up post.

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Auto-Incrementing Build Numbers for Release Builds in Xcode

Auto-Incrementing Build Numbers for Release Builds in Xcode | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it

The way I deal with this is a Run Script Build Phase in my application's executable target that runs the following Ruby script (make sure you set the "shell" field to /usr/bin/ruby, and make sure the script is the last build phase in the application). Feel free to use this script if you wish and modify it to meet your needs. If you improve it, I'd be glad to incorporate improvements back into it. One item of note: the way that I differentiate between Archive builds and other Release configuration builds might be a bit fragile since I'm relying on an undocumented naming pattern in an environment variable.

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Creating singletons using dispatch_once

Creating singletons using dispatch_once | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
Love them or loathe them, sometimes you need to have a singleton. In fact every iOS and Mac OS application has at least one, UIApplication or NSApplication.
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Creating Universal Framework to iPhone iOS

Creating Universal Framework to iPhone iOS | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
Learn how to construct a Custom Framework to iOS Devices and distribute it.


A really nice post about creating your own framework for ios
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Ad-Hoc App Distribution with XCode 4 « Diary of a Code Monkey

Ad-Hoc App Distribution with XCode 4 « Diary of a Code Monkey | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
So amongst the many nice features in XCode 4 comes the modified process for building your app for distribution. And with “The Google” not being entirely helpful about the process as well as the docs on the Apple developer site still containing the XCode 3 instructions I thought it would help at least somebody out there for me to document the process. Please note that since I haven’t built one yet for distribution to the app store this just covers ad-hoc distribution. Maybe I’ll update this when we release to the app store.
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iOS SDK: Working with URL Schemes

iOS SDK: Working with URL Schemes | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
Communication between apps provides your application with an opportunity to take advantage of other application’s functionality, send and receive data between apps, and provide a rich user experience that “just works”.
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Two Splash Screen display in iphone

Two Splash Screen display in iphone | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
In this application we will see how to applied two splash screen in the iPhone. So let see how it will work.
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Unit Testing in Xcode 4 Quick Start Guide | Ray Wenderlich

Unit Testing in Xcode 4 Quick Start Guide | Ray Wenderlich | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
This is a post by iOS Tutorial Team member Doug Sjoquist, an independent iOS software craftsman available for hire!

Unit testing is great because it makes your life easier. Easier to deliver high quality code, and easier to make changes without fear of breaking something!

But what might not be so easy is getting started if you’re new to unit testing – and that’s what this tutorial is all about!
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Set background image of UITableView | Seaside

Set background image of UITableView | Seaside | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
How to set a background image of a UITableView is a very often and common question. Today we will try to answer this.
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IPhone URL Schemes - akosma wiki

IPhone URL Schemes - akosma wiki | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
iPhone URL Schemes: List of all custom URL for calling other application within your app — http://bit.ly/4Fm5RF...
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[Back to Basis] GridView using Interface Builder in iPhone

[Back to Basis] GridView using Interface Builder in iPhone | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
In this example we will see how to GridView implement in the application using Interface Builder. This is the very simple example . So let see how it will worked.
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[Back to Basis] ImageLoad from Server in iPhone

[Back to Basis] ImageLoad from Server in iPhone | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
In this application we will see how to image fetch from the server and place it to the view. I will show you the easiest way for image fetch from server. So let see how it will work.
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[Back to Basis] How to receive text data from server in iPhone.

[Back to Basis] How to receive text data from server in iPhone. | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
In this application we will see how to fetch data from server and replace it to the view in iPhone. This is very simple example. So let see how it will work.


This post provide a sample code on how to basically create a iOS application fetching data server side.

Asynchronous call, Indicator and UrlRequest are explain and demonstrated in the application
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Background audio through an iOS movie player

Background audio in iOS is supposed to be as simple as entering a setting in your Info.plist and making sure your kAudioSessionProperty_AudioCategory is appropriate. This is true unless your audio is part of a movie file or is played in a movie player that has just played video — suddenly it becomes fiddly, hard to test, unreliable and changeable from version to version of iOS.
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Adding data using SQLite for iPhone

Adding data using SQLite for iPhone | iPhone and iPad development | Scoop.it
This is the Sqlite database app. Some times your app may have the need to store data in some kind of database. In iPhone application you can do so using SQLite.
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