integrate iCloud in iOS 5 app

integrate iCloud in iOS 5 app

we’ll add a user interface to our app and cover how to work with multiple documents.

Setting Up the User Interface

The Xcode project template we chose already set up an empty view controller for us. We will extend it by adding the current document and a UITextView to display the content of our note.

Read More

step by step setup iCloud in iOS 5 app

step by step setup iCloud in iOS 5 app

iCloud is a service that helps you synchronize your data across devices. It is a set of central servers which store your documents, and make the latest version available to every device/app compatible with iCloud (iPhone, iPod, iPad, Mac, or even PC).

In this tutorial, we’ll investigate iCloud by implementing a set of simple applications which interact with cloud servers to read, write and edit documents. In the process, you’ll learn about the new UIDocument class, querying iCloud for files, autosaving, and much more!

Read More

how to understand iOS Application Crash problem

how to understand iOS Application Crash problem

Crash Reports by device

When an application crashes on the iPhone or iPod touch, a “crash report” is stored on the device. Crash reports describe the conditions under which the application terminated, in most cases including a complete stack trace for each executing thread, and are typically very useful for debugging issues in the application.
Read More

Localizing iPhone Apps

By localizing an iPhone app, we display cultural information in the user’s specified locale, but what about the text, like the application name and displaying visible information in user’s preferred language. In this tutorial, I will show you how we can use resource files to display visible text in user’s language.

Read More

customize the User Interface on app iOS 5

customize the User Interface on app iOS 5

Many of the most popular apps on the App Store present standard iOS UI elements in a non-standard fashion:

  • Twitter employs a custom UITabBar
  • Instagram uses both a custom UITabBar and a custom UINavigationBar
  • Epicurious for iPad customizes elements of the standard split-view interface
Read More

Sqlite Database Interaction Using FMDB

Sqlite Database Interaction Using FMDB

Introduction

In the age where Core Data is king, the database that started it all is often overlooked. I’m talking of course about sqlite. As you may or may not know, prior to core data, sqlite was the preferred method of storing relational data on iOS devices.

Although, most developers don’t interact with sqlite directly, they still use it under the hood as the primary data store for core data. This is great and all, but there are often times when raw sqlite is still the preferred storage method.

Read More