Posts tagged as: iphone
Manning Publishing has started their MEAP (Manning Early Access Program) for the book I am working on. What this means for you is FREE DOWNLOADS. There is currently only one chapter available, but there will be more as the book progresses.
The chapter currently available is about audio recording and playback. It goes into detail about the AVAudio frameworks as well as the MPMediaPlayer.
As you may have seen, there are quite a few services out there offering free leaderboards. These are great and all, but sometimes you want to have complete control over your data. I have put together a complete tutorial detailing step by step how you can create your own online leaderboard. This will also give you a very simple introduction to interfacing with web services.
Ok, so I’m currently updating an application for work and am getting some strange behavior with MPMoviePlayerController when trying to stream video. The problem is:
When the user presses the “Done” button on the player during the buffering stage (right after it finishes saying “loading video…” but before the video starts playing), the player hides and the audio (for the video) begins to play in the background. At this point, there are 3 ways for it to stop.
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WOW, one of the apps we have been working on has been featured on TechCrunch. The application is called RightSignature. It allows you to digitally sign documents from any computer and your iPhone. It’s a great piece of software that anyone who needs documents signed should definitely try out. If you sign up through TechCrunch’s link you can get 2 months free of the premium service. Can’t beat that!
So be sure to check …
Stay tuned for the next game programming tutorial. Should be up soon…
This tutorial was contributed by Dave (AKA Clarke76) on the Forums.
-Main project on site is eDuo. A .Net app that connects to OWA Exchange and forwards to IMAP account. Free program for those who can’t use Active Sync
-After creating our XML data / SOAP request, we create a URLRequest. We add HTTP Header values, those values you read from the WebService.
-We set the HTTP Method to POST
-We set out HTTP Body …
In this tutorial, I will be showing you how you can save and retrieve different types of data using the NSUserDefaults object. Saving this way is great for when you want to save small amounts of data such as High Scores, Login Information, and program state.
Saving to the NSUserDefaults is great because it does not require any special database knowledge. So if you don’t want/have an SQLite3 database for your app, this would be the way to go.
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.
Well, it has been about 3 weeks now since the launch of the iPhone and Apple has released the much anticipated 2.0.1 software update for the iPhone yesterday.
Since downloading this 250 MB beast of firmware, I haven’t had much time to play with it. After a quick runthrough of a few programs, I have noticed an overall performance improvement. They seemed to have fixed the lag when scrolling through contacts, which was a huge frustration for me.