Objective-C is the only main programming language for developing Mac OS X or IOS applications. Many new programmers to Objective-C do not realize that Objective-C is actually a superset of the C programming. Also the Cocoa frameworks and Xcode itself is written in C, not Objective-C. This tutorial is a first in a series to help programmers the basic of the C programming language in respect to Objective-C. To really know and understand Objective-C, you need to first learn C.
A critical component of any iOS application with a database is implementing a backup strategy. This how-to article provides many options for backing up a SQLite database, which is the standard database choice for iOS apps.
Create beautiful custom control radio buttons and checkboxes for your iOS (iPhone, iPad) applications. Follow this simple tutorial to create radio buttons and checkboxes that fit the style of your app and requires very little code.
Learn to create PDF documents using the APIs in the iOS UIKit. Use the UIGraphicsBeginPDFContextToFile and the UIGraphicsBeginPDFContextToData to quickly create and save PDF files with this sample iOS iPhone app.
Learn how to store binary data like image in a SQLite database from an iPhone iOS app. You will also learn how to convert the uiimage to binary data for storage and retrieval in an UIImageView using an UIPickerView as a selector.
Easy examples on string format specifiers in iOS NSString objective-c programming. Add values of different data types to strings using c code that conforms to IEEE c printf. Examples for all supported string formaters specifiers.
Android versus iOS. How are the platforms similar and what are the differences. How is Google and Apple keeping the app markets vibrant by maintaining the media hype about each platform. Also how much are developers actually making from their apps.
Programming Objective-C iOS apps or Mac apps using Blocks, which are a C-level coding constructs to provide more clarity in your app’s code. Blocks are especially well suited for event-driven apps where anonymous functions are required.
How-To insert data from a UIViewController into a SQLite database in an iPhone or iPad application. Display data from a SQLite database in UITableViewcontroller and display details ina third view controller.
How To Develop iOS Database Apps using SQLite is about creating iOS applications using the defacto data storage facility for mobile apps, SQLite. The book covers the basic SQL operations like Selecting and displaying data of various data types like text,…
Step forwards and backwards though data in SQLite database. Learn how to browse data in a SQLite database using this iPhone app which uses a UITextField and an UITextView to capture and display data to and from the database.
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