iOS development

Launching application via URL scheme

Here I will try to explain how to make your application launch another application on the system. There will be a minimal code written for these feature like everything else in Objective C and Cocoa Touch framework. Application that have support for URL’s can be launched with a call to the UIApplication’s openURL:.

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What is a #pragma mark?

One of many features in Xcode that developers forgot to use is #pragma mark directives. What is a #pragma mark? #pragma marks are simple directives that help us better organize our implementation code.

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First time working with Objective-C?

Do you want to build nice-looking and good-working applications for iPhone®? Let’s start by assuming that you already have all the “man needs” to develop applications for the applications (registration, the newest iPhone SDK, Xcode running on your iMac, etc.) What now?

The first step in learning how to develop iPhone applications is learning Objective-C, an object-oriented programming language that we use to develop iPhone applications.

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Something about interface builder

The best thing about iPhone development is interface builder (IB) and his capabilities. Interface Builder is a great visual design tool you use to create the user interfaces of your iPhone application and Mac OS X applications. Using IB graphical environment you can assemble windows, views, controls, menus, and other elements from a library of configurable objects.

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What can you create with iPhone SDK tools?

You can run two different types of custom applications on a device, and they are web and native applications. Native applications are installed directly on the device and can run without the presence of a network connection. Web applications use a combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code to implement interactive applications that live on a web server and are transmitted over the network and run inside the Safari web browser.

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Getting started with iPhone development learning

To develop applications for iPhone and iPod Touch, first of all you will need a Mac OS X computer running the Xcode tools. Xcode is Apple’s suite of development tools that provide support for project management, code editing, building executables, source-level debugging, source-code repository management, performance tuning, and much more.

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