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All of a sudden it seems there's a big effort to create debugging tools for iOS developers. Some are free, they all have different features… Time for a comparison. PonyDebugger “Remote network and data debugging for your native iOS app using Chrome...

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In April 2010 I started to work on my very first iPhone app. A new language, a new IDE, a completely new way of thinking about development (threads! memory! crashes!), it was very exciting. In these three years quite a lot has happened to us iOS...

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When I started to work on Last.fm's Scrobbler for iOS, I though it would be quite an easy app to create. After all, it's basically a couple of lists of artists, albums and tracks, and all actual music playback will be done using the MediaPlayer...

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In an app I'm currently building, the client wants an Airplay button in the navigation bar, with a nice background like so: After trying some things, the solution seems to be to loop over the subviews. It feels a bit hacky, but works perfectly:...

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In June 2010 Apple finally added multitasking to the iPhone (the iPad had to wait 'til November to get iOS version 4) and with this resolved one of my biggest complaints about the operating system. And while I really enjoy iOS on the iPhone and the...

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A while ago I set out to build my third mobile application. Only this time the client wanted not only an iPhone app, but one for Android too. So that's why I turned to Appcelerator once again, after my failed first attempt. In case you don't know what...

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After I decided to create iPhone apps using just the iPhone SDK and the Objective-C language, I've created two iPhone apps that are available in the Dutch App Store. Development for app number three has started today, but no longer will I be using...

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Beginning iPhone 3 Development - Exploring the iPhone SDK Dave Mark and Jeff LaMarche Apress My sixth book review, and the second one about iPhone development. The previous book, Head First iPhone Development was a great read, but since it only talked...

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Head First iPhone Development Dan Pilone & Tracey Pilone O'Reilly In a previous blogentry I wrote about some great online resources I found to get started with iPhone development. I read the C and Objective-C introductions, watched the first 12 or so...

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For a pretty long time I wanted to make an iPhone app, ever since the App Store opened really. But, I've never programmed for Mac OS, never done any C or C++ (let alone Objective-C). In fact, I've never created a desktop application, only working on...

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