Brainwash Inc. listed in the Dallas Morning News list of local iPhone developers… TECHNOLOGY Blog | The Dallas Morning News.
A handy open source utility by Adrian Kosmaczewski allows you to convert Interface Builder files to Objective-C code. via iPhone dev: Convert XIB files to Objective-C.
Report: iPhone is number three smartphone platform worldwide.
I installed ImageMagick via this script: install_im.sh at master from masterkain’s ImageMagick-sl – GitHub Start that then put in a movie b/c you’ll be there a while. At some point in there, it asks for your password though so… Then I just ran this command in the dir w/ the pngs: mogrify -scale 23.7% *.png Read more about Batch Scale Images by Percentage[…]
Failed to launch simulated application: SpringBoard failed to launch application with error: 7 I read a few things that fixed it for people like restarting Xcode. Restarting the Simulator worked for me. 🙂
Good little code snippets iPhone SDK Examples. Very useful when you’re just getting started or to see how someone else is doing something.
I need to do this when I get time… How To Make A Simple iPhone Game with Cocos2D Tutorial | Ray Wenderlich. Also, some interesting audio posts.
Talking about the new free/sponsorded version of GasCubby at MacWorld… Macworld 2010: TUAW talks with App Cubby’s David Barnard.
A simulated version of the iPhone’s StoreKit, for testing store UIs on the iPhone Simulator, or even on device without having to set up IAP in Connect. via millenomi’s simstorekit at master – GitHub. I have not used this (yet), but wanted to post about it. Have you used it? If so, please comment.
When you have an array of custom objects (e.g., managed objects) and you don’t have a standard compare method to use or the ability to write one (i.e., will get overwritten if you recreate the class), you can use this technique to sort the objects based on a key-value (e.g., “name” below)… [code] +(NSArray*)sortArray:(NSArray*)arrayIn withKey:(NSString*)key; Read more about Sort an Array of Custom Objects[…]
Upon first glance, the UIButton class doesn’t seem to provide what you might expect in terms of customization. This often causes developers to resort to creating buttons in an image editor and then specifying that in the Background field in Interface Builder. This is a fine solution and will likely give you what you need, Read more about Cocoa Is My Girlfriend » Fun With UIButtons and Core Animation Layers[…]