Everyone loves Smarties! And much the same way Smarties Candies make you smarter… today we are talking about Code Snippets that make you….er Smarter! More than a source of cut/paste Objective C source code, this is meant to be a quick reference. As such, some of these will be incomplete and I will be filling them up as I go along. 1) UIAlertView UIAlertView *internetAlert = [[UIAlertView alloc] initWithTitle:@”No hay farmacias” message:@”Favor cambie sus parámetros” delegate:self cancelButtonTitle:@”Cancelar” otherButtonTitles:@”Ok”, nil]; [internetAlert show]; 2) NSNotification //1. Register as observer of notifications in viewDidLoad [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self selector:@selector(receiveTestNotification:) name:@”TestNotification” object:nil]; //2. NSNotifCtr CLEANUP in viewDidUnload [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] removeObserver:self]; //4. Post notif to NSNotif in… Read MoreContinue Reading
iOS7 Sprite Kit for Game Design for iPhone & iPad
iOS 7 Series – Sprite Kit Welcome to iOS7 and to start off, I want to kick things off with SpriteKit. Although it deals with video games, many companies are using iOS apps as a marketing tactic to engage their users in an effort to promote their products. SpriteKit is the most prominent feature in iOS7 so we’re going to take a quick tour. Go ahead and create a New Project in XCode5 and select the SpriteKit template (the bottom right icon): Click next and fill in your project data. Once you are in the main XCode window notice we have the following files in the Project Navigator: 1) AppDelegate… Read MoreContinue Reading
Glass Development Mirror API – Part 4 – Where to start after setting up!
So you have Glass and you want to develop apps for it? You already have an IDE such as Eclipse or Android Studio to code your apps in, you know all about adb and Droid@Screen to view your Glass screen on your computer screen! Well you do have options, before jumping into your typical Hello World Glass app. As with other platforms like iOS, you have the option of native apps and web based services apps. This last option is basically an app that runs on a server(s) and interacts directly with your device (be it Glass or iDevice) by sending it information. Native – GDK – Apps These are… Read MoreContinue Reading