Chariot’s Steve Smith attended Apple’s World-wide developer conference last week, and we sat down today to talk to him about it. Topics WWDC ticket ordering process fun New hardware releases iOS 7 features OS X Mavericks His view as a mobile developer of iOS over the years including open source projects, etc… Note – all … Read More
So not that long ago, if you wanted an app to take a photo, it had to be a native app — such as a Windows/Mac app or a native mobile application. But HTML5 has brought a number of new APIs that allow not only taking photos, but analyzing and manipulating them all within a browser.
iOS makes it very simple to define a custom file type that your app can handle. This post will walk through creating a simple app to access the contents of a text file received via email.
The following is an article written by Don Coleman, Director of Mobile Development, which was originally published in the July issue of NJ Tech News. About half of U.S. businesses will be in the mobile market by the end of 2012, according to a recent survey by Robert Half Technology (“Mad for Mobile.” New Jersey … Read More
Introduction Cocoapods (http://cocoapods.org/) is a dependency management framework for XCode. It allows you to declaratively define project dependencies and have them included in the build of your project. It’s like Apache Maven or Ruby Gems for XCode. There are many tutorials on getting started with Cocoapods, so in this blog post I will present a … Read More
There are numerous ways to secure data that you are storing on an iOS device. The Simple/Built-in Way The simplest way is to take advantage of the iOS Data Protection (iOS 4+). This can be accomplished by setting an attribute on a file like this: [[NSFileManager defaultManager] createFileAtPath:[self filePath] contents:[@”super secret file contents” dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding] attributes:[NSDictionary … Read More
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Welcome to our Developer News, Episode #32. Eric is here in spirit and on assignment. He donated three articles – see if you can see which ones are his!. As usual, our dev news show notes are here, but can be accessed at delicious.com/developernews.32 Why and when you should use Cucumber Java for Mac OS … Read More