Posts tagged as: xcode

Adding Local Weather Conditions To Your App (Part 1/2: Implementing CoreLocation)

September 3rd, 2010 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 29 Comments
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Knowing the latitude and longitude of your users can open up all kinds of possibilities in your apps. In an upcoming post, we’ll be discussing how you can use your user’s location to determine their local weather conditions and forecast. But for now, we’re going to focus on Part 1 of this two part tutorial: CoreLocation.
Apple’s done a great job of abstracting GPS, Cellular Triangulation, and Wifi Access Point location lookups into CoreLocation; making it extremely easy to …

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iPhone Programming Tutorial – Creating a ToDo List Using SQLite Part 2

September 2nd, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 111 Comments

This tutorial is part 2 in our series of creating a to-do list. I will assume that you have completed the following tutorial and its prequisites.

iPhone Programming Tutorial – Creating a ToDo List Using SQLite Part 1

I will be using the code produced from that tutorial as a base for this one. When you are finished with this tutorial, your application will look something like this:

In this section, I will not only teach you how to …

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iPhone Programming Tutorial – Creating a ToDo List Using SQLite Part 1

August 19th, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 237 Comments

If you have been following my tutorials, you know that we have been working primarily with UITableViews. This is mostly because SO many applications can be developed using this simple control. This final UITableView tutorial will be taking all of the skills learned from previous tutorials, putting them all together, and adding SQLite to create a prioritized To-Do list. I will also be showing you how to add multiple columns to your table cells and we will …

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iPhone Programming Tutorial – Populating UITableView With An NSArray

August 8th, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 330 Comments

The goal of this tutorial is to show you how to populate a UITableView with data from an array of objects. This will be the building block to display XML data as well as SQL data.
The theme of this application will be fruit. We will create an array of “fruit” objects that have some additional information besides the name. We will populate a UITableView with the names of the fruits. When the user selects a fruit …

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iPhone Programming Tutorial – Transitioning Between Views

August 3rd, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 211 Comments

This tutorial will focus on transitioning from one view to another. We will be utilizing Apple’s UINavigationController. I will be using the code from the “Hello World” tutorial that I previously wrote. So if you have not completed it yet, go ahead and do it and come back to this page. (It’s quick I promise). You can view it here.
In this tutorial you will learn:

Add A …

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iPhone Programming Tutorial – Beginner Interface Builder Hello World

July 29th, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 72 Comments

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In my last tutorial UITableView Hello World I said that there are many ways to write a “Hello World” tutorial for the iPhone. Here is one using Interface Builder. Last time, I demonstrated a simple way to populate one cell in a UITableView with some text. Today’s tutorial is even simpler. I will show you how to work with Interface Builder to create a simple layout for you application. In fact, you won’t …

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iPhone Programming Tutorial – UITableView Hello World

July 26th, 2008 Posted by: - posted under:Tutorials - 163 Comments

In this tutorial I will walk to you through creating a simple “Hello World” application using a UITableView for the iPhone. There are many ways that a Hello World program could be made on the iPhone, I am going to show you the simplest. This tutorial assumes you have a basic understanding of Objective-C. Apple has provided a very simple and straight forward tutorial on Objective-C. You can find it here.
You will learn how to:

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