Bill Dudney is a software developer and entrepreneur currently building software for the Mac. Bill started his computing career on a NeXT cube with a. It can all be a little overwhelming at first. Learn how to write your first table-based iPhone application from Bill Dudney, an experienced iPhone developer. Core Animation – Cover Flow. Your First iPhone App. Coding in ObjC. 73 answers. 1 question. ~k people reached. United States; objc.
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Core Animation for Mac OS X and the iPhone: Creating Compelling Dynamic User Interfaces
Iphone SDK Development by Bill Dudney
With explanations of the big picture and an eye to the little details that you’ll need, iPhone SDK Development will help you succeed on today’s most important mobile platform. Andy Bush rated it it was amazing Dec 25, You can participate in the forums boll.
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OpenGL and Scene Graph’s. Chaining NIB files will likely be the next article, if you have other ideas Bll be happy to entertain t. This impacts the following types of things: These screencasts have not yet been rudney for iPhone SDK 3. Demystifying View Controllers and Views.
We are pouring over the docs preparing to rework the book for iPhone 3. Get to Know Us. Experimenting with iBooks Author. For those that do not follow me on twitter here is a brief recap. Steve rated it it was ok Nov 18, Foto Brisko – Live!
The Settings application’s ‘Sounds’ configuration section has an example of what I’m heading dundey. Master the iPhone’s unique user interface components, including tables, tab bars, navigation bars, and the multi-touch interface.
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Quick Table View Weirdness. Packing the power of desktop applications into a small mobile device, the iPhone SDK offers developers the ability to create dynamic, visually-appealing, and highly-capable mobile applications, using the same APIs and tools that Apple uses for its own applications.
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Every good iPhone application needs to get input from the user, and this episode shows you how to get input from the keyboard.
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That is how I want to teach people about the iPhone. On the book front there were only a couple of small things to add.
All this works fine if you start with at least one section. Open GL ES 2. Now for the why. This is a pain in the neck for me because I set the values for my GUI bits in this method.
Reordering Rows and Persisting Data When you quit an iPhone application and restart it later, you want important data to be preserved.