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Tutorial: How To Create A Tracking App With Real-Time On Map Route Drawing

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Earlier this year I mentioned an open source app personal movement tracking app in development called Theseus inspired by Google's Latitude app. Here's a nice step-by-step tutorial on how to create...

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App Constellation: Facebook and FourSquare New Strategy

App Constellation: Facebook and FourSquare New Strategy | iWorld | Scoop.it
An app constellation is a collection of apps that share a single login. Instead of one app with many features, they share these features through other apps.

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Named after the phenomenon that is seen amongst the stars, app constellation is a term coined in a recent post by Fred Wilson, when describing the move we are seeing in the world of mobile apps. An app constellation is a collection of apps that share a single login, and instead of a company having one app with many features, they share these features through other apps, which makes up the constellation. Wilson explains ‘’Putting a ton of functionality into a single app is not the right way to do it on mobile. Having aconstellation of mobile apps that all work tightly with each other seems to be the better way. And the leading mobile app companies are all headed in that direction now. Pay attention to this trend”.

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Beyond Domain Experience – 3 Qualities of Great Software Teams

Beyond Domain Experience – 3 Qualities of Great Software Teams | iWorld | Scoop.it
Great software team see know what the product is for, see all the possibilities, and know how to design a great experience for users.
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annema.me - why i prefer testing with specta, expecta and ocmockito

annema.me - why i prefer testing with specta, expecta and ocmockito | iWorld | Scoop.it
Klaas Pieter is a Mac, iOS and web developer passionate about beautiful and easy to use software.
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Thinking like a Bézier path

Thinking like a Bézier path | iWorld | Scoop.it

Bézier paths are a powerful part of computer graphics. They allow the construction of any vector shape that can later be rendered in any resolution. Construction of a Bézier path can initially seem strange but after breaking them down into the lines, curves and arcs they are composed of can help us understand them.


http://ronnqvi.st/thinking-like-a-bzier-path/


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Jailbreak

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Many people are talking about restrictions in Apple's operating system iOS for their mobile devices. They obviously miss the point that these restrictions are well-considered and part of Apple's st...
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Designing Style Guidelines For Brands And Websites | Smashing Magazine

Designing Style Guidelines For Brands And Websites | Smashing Magazine | iWorld | Scoop.it
A website is never done. Everyone has worked on a project that changed so much after it launched that they no longer wanted it in their portfolio. One way to help those who take over your projects is to produce a style guide. Edward Tufte once said: "Great design is not democratic; it comes from great designers. If the standard is lousy, then develop another standard." Although there's no stopping some clients from making their website awful, by creating a style guide, you're effectively establishing rules for those who take over from you.
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Bolts-iOS

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Bolts-iOS  is a collection of low-level libraries designed to make developing mobile apps easier.

 

The first component in Bolts is "tasks", which make organization of complex asynchronous code more manageable. A task is kind of like a JavaScript Promise, but available for iOS and Android.

 

https://github.com/BoltsFramework/Bolts-iOS

 


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DZNSegmentedControl for iOS - Cocoa Controls

DZNSegmentedControl for iOS - Cocoa Controls | iWorld | Scoop.it

A drop-in replacement for UISegmentedControl for showing counts, to be used typically on a user profile


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SSStackedView for iOS - Cocoa Controls

SSStackedView for iOS - Cocoa Controls | iWorld | Scoop.it

Inspired by PassBook App and Reminders App for iOS 7, this is designed to have a stacked page view that uses reusable pages for efficiency. Easily scroll through UIImageViews, UIViews or your custom View with this one do-it-all class.

SSStackedPageView uses a scroll view to manage through your large list of views. By either selecting or dragging the view up, you divide the stack and highlight that view. Each view is customized to the length of the SSStackedPageView. For efficiency, I make use of a reusable array of pages so that scrolling is fast and beautiful.


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SSL Pinning for Increased App Security by Jay Graves of Double Encore

SSL Pinning for Increased App Security by Jay Graves of Double Encore | iWorld | Scoop.it
Using SSL for network connections is the de facto method of ensuring secure data transmission in today’s mobile apps. A few articles have recently been published, including one by our own QA Lead – Nick Arnott, that show some apps that use SSL are not taking the extra step necessary to ensure eavesdropping cannot occur on the data connection. This “extra step” is known as SSL Pinning. The default way iOS SSL connections work is as follows. The client makes a connection to the server and the server responds with its SSL certificate. If that certificate was issued by a...Read more...
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Implementing Container Containment - Sliding Menu Controller - Tuts+ Code Tutorial

Implementing Container Containment - Sliding Menu Controller - Tuts+ Code Tutorial | iWorld | Scoop.it
In this tutorial, we'll implement a minimalistic version of the Facebook/Path-style UI. The objective will be to understand how to utilize view controller containment in order to implement custom flow in your app. | Difficulty: Advanced; Length: Medium; Tags: iOS SDK, Mobile Dev, iOS SDK
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SDFeedParser for iOS - Cocoa Controls

SDFeedParser for iOS - Cocoa Controls | iWorld | Scoop.it

Objective-C parser for the JSON API plugin for Wordpress.


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Flight Tracking

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Moving into the air doesn't prevent from being tracked. Admittedly I'm not absolutely sure but Apple's 'Find My Friends' won't work. So who else than Google or Apple is tracking you? It's not the N...

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Replacing the Objective-C "Delegate Pattern" with ReactiveCocoa

Replacing the Objective-C "Delegate Pattern" with ReactiveCocoa | iWorld | Scoop.it
Objective-C's delegate pattern isn't particularly flexible and spreads out one particular concern into multiple areas. Here's a way to replace it using ReactiveCocoa.
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annema.me - the builder pattern in objective-c

annema.me - the builder pattern in objective-c | iWorld | Scoop.it
Klaas Pieter is a Mac, iOS and web developer passionate about beautiful and easy to use software.
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class-dump - Steve Nygard

Class-dump This is a command-line utility for examining the Objective-C runtime information stored in Mach-O files. It generates declarations for …
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Comparison of Alternatives of UDID in iOS Devices

Comparison of Alternatives of UDID in iOS Devices | iWorld | Scoop.it

Apple recently revoked UDID usage in iOS app development, so let me share with you few alternatives to use in iPhone apps development or iPad application development.


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Steve Harlow's curator insight, March 4, 2014 4:08 PM

While this isn't specific to just Cocos2d development, the ability to identify a particular install of your application on a given device is a useful thing to be able to query.

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5 Books to Help You Become an iOS App Developer | iPhone and iOS App UI Design Templates

5 Books to Help You Become an iOS App Developer | iPhone and iOS App UI Design Templates | iWorld | Scoop.it
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Creating a Keyboard Show Hide Button

Creating a Keyboard Show Hide Button | iWorld | Scoop.it
Gavin Miller is a local Calgary iPhone app developer who will be gracing yycapps with a series of tutorials on app development. Today we're going to do some
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Websites to Create and Manage iOS Passbook Passes – Best Of

Websites to Create and Manage iOS Passbook Passes – Best Of | iWorld | Scoop.it
iOS6 has just launched and one of the features users are looking forward to is Apple’s Passbook. As we mentioned before in our previous iOS6 new features list; Passbook is a place to store boarding passes, loyalty cards, store rewards cards, coupon codes and even movie tickets. Information of all ... Continue reading »
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