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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If you are so inclined please go here and up-vote the app. They usually take the form of something like this. The main idea behind Spring was coined ‘Inversion of Control’. But he never forgot his roots and how much fun it was to write software that did cool things for normal people. And you can find the source here; Photo Search source code. Until the new iPhone 3Gs announcement. Bill Dudney is a software developer and entrepreneur currently building software for the Mac.

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The source code for Bbill Smash the demo code from the talk is available here. Bill Dudney is a software developer and entrepreneur currently building software for the Mac. I’d love to be able to do a mind meld and transfer a grok of C, but unfortunately it doesn’t work that way.

All the C you need to know? In the section about memory Norman discusses the importance of reminders. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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You can follow him on his blog. Provide feedback about this page. Open Preview See a Problem? Jungho rated it liked it Jan 18, Boulder Developer Day – Core Animation. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. It is a great book, although it has often made me angry at the designers of doors and stove tops: Foto Brisko – Live! Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. You might want to do lazy initialization of transient attributes, validation of the instance, or any number of other things you need to do with instances of your Core Data classes they are Objective-C objects after all.


Available for download now. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. With the announcement of the iPhone 3Gs came the availability well at least when the hardware ships of a programmable Open GL pipeline. Experimenting with iBooks Author.

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Oct 21, Jon rated it did not like it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Here is the line in front of me. And the line behind me. Henry Kaufman rated it really liked it Sep 25, Once you have a table view that shows some data, you typically want to navigate deeper when you select a table cell. By using this site you understand and agree to our use of cookies, our Terms Of Useand Privacy Policy. I have been so busy lately, its all been good but man what a crazy 3 or 4 weeks.

Following iPhone Dev’s on Twitter. Doug rated it liked it Dec 31, It was poorly written and does a poor job of explaining information for a beginner in the Objective-C and Cocoa worlds. From Monday through Friday it’s non-stop cool demo and amazing content. To get the most out of the sessions it’s often helpful to go in with at least a passing familiarity with the content so your brain has some pre-processing done on the info and has some hooks to hang the new info on.


Julio Sueiras rated it really liked it Jan 20, Typically while adding content to a table view you don’t want to call reloadData unless you absolutely have to because that pitches the whole stack of work that the table view did to get its drawing done.

Apart from that the book is good to go so we are very very clo. I could not wait to get home to experiment with the new shiny bits.

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I am currently reading The Design of Everyday Things. You can follow him on his blog at bill.

Reordering Rows and Persisting Data When you quit an iPhone application and restart it later, you want important data to be preserved. Adding Text Fields and Buttons Every good iPhone application needs to get input from the user, and this episode shows you how to get input from the keyboard. Demystifying View Controllers and Views. No word on Core Image coming to an iPhon. I was able to get a first cut working filled with memory leaks and bogus image conversion but that evening Jeff and I spen.

That is how I want to teach people about the iPhone.