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Devotees will remember that last year the team over here at iCodeBlog released a little iPad app called TweetMapper that showed a live stream of tweets coming down from 10 major cities. Well since then Twitter deprecated its support for XML and increased its support for better searching. As a result about a month ago we dusted the project off and went at completely rebuilding it. We added Core Data in, support for the now current streaming JSON output from …
Hey iCoders! We are looking for some guest bloggers to write iOS tutorials, code snippets, tips, tricks, you name it for iCodeBlog.
How to apply:
1. Shoot an email to [email protected] with a link to your current blog (or iOS articles you have written)
2. We will check your stuff out and most likely give you contributor status to iCodeBlog
4. Profit (OK, no profit (yet), but you get exposure(link your blog) AND the good feeling that you are contributing to the …
I recently spent some time with ELCImagePickerController. For those of you who’ve worked with UIImagePickerController, you might have noticed one of its major drawbacks: you can only select one photo at a time. ELCImagePickerController solves this issue by cloning the UI of UIImagePickerController, but with the added bonus of allowing you to select multiple assets. Collin Ruffenach (@cruffenach), who authored the the first version of the picker, has done an awesome job of making …
If you’re going to write about mobile development, and if you’re going to get excited about all the great things happening in this space, you have to be ready to change.
We are and we did.
This is the new look for iCodeBlog. We hope you like it. It is now part of a network of sites. A pretty cool network of sites under the aegis of Velum Media. We have SmallNetBuilder, Mxdwn, and TG Daily. Something for everyone.
But, everything we do …
Interested in iOS programming? Join us on Reddit!
Over here at iCodeBlog we love Reddit. I enjoy /r/programming but often developers aren’t interested in the iOS stuff that we are. As a result today I created /r/iOSProgramming, go over there and submit articles, GitHub projects you are interested in, questions, code samples or just thoughts on development. This should be a good place to ask us questions or get other iOS developers feelings about things you are creating or finding.
We’re a bunch of solo programmers turned collective working on interesting projects, from internal initiatives, to some of the largest Mobile applications in the world. We are founders of iCodeblog.com, and are looking for new talent to add to our team.
Learn from Industry Leaders Who Literally “Wrote the Books” on iOS Development
Coming to you direct from Addison-Wesley Professional, which has published some of the leading books in the field, the Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference is taking place October 16-17 in Philadelphia!
Take a look around at all the tech books you have on your physical and digital bookshelves. If you’ve been developing for the Mac, the iPhone and the iPad – chances are good that you rely on books by Steve Kochan, Erica Sadun, Aaron Hillegass and Jeff LaMarche. Even more, you probably follow the Tweets and blogs of folks like Graham Lee, Mike Lee, Matt Long and Chris Adamson. Wouldn’t it be great to meet and learn from these thought-leaders in person? Now you can at the Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference!
I recently decided to look into the Stream API that is provided by Twitter. Though this API, you can specify a request with certain parameters and be stream tweets as they are posted live. I decided to make my first iPad app using it called Tweet Mapper. Tweet Mapper is meant to be a window into the live world of Twitter. It doesn’t require a Twitter account to use and is free in the store. The app looks at 10 major cities; Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Miami, Barcelona, London, Tokyo, Rome and Mexico City.
Hey iCodeBlog readers. If you were on the internet this morning you most likely saw mention of the iPhone 4.0 preview. We did a predictions post yesterday and actually faired pretty well with our guesses.
MultiTasking (No 3G) – CHECK
iAd – CHECK
iBooks – CHECK
Folders – CHECK
Application Switching Update – CHECK
Lots of good news here, except for the lack of multitasking on the 3G. 3G owners shouldn’t expect to be getting any more of the features coming into major updates of the …
iPhone OS 4.0 Predictions
Wow, April is a big month for Apple. iPad release on the 3rd, probably laptop debuts later this month, and iPhone 4.0 announcement coming up on the 8th. Lots to cover. In the spirit of iCodeBlog I present to you a list of stuff to look for in iPhone OS 4.0.