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Objective-C

  • iOS SDK
    Exploring Tab Bar ControllerPreview image@2x
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    While navigation controllers let users navigate hierarchical content or complex data by managing a stack of view controllers, tab bar controllers manage an array of view controllers that don't necessarily have a relation to one another. In this article, we will explore tab bar controllers in more detail by creating a tabbed application from scratch.Read More…
  • iOS SDK
    Navigation Controllers and View Controller HierarchiesPreview image@2x
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    Navigation controllers are one of the primary tools for presenting multiple screens of content with the iOS SDK. This article will teach you how to do just that.Read More…
  • iOS SDK
    First Steps with UIKitPreview image@2x
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    UIKit is the framework that you'll find yourself use most often when developing iOS applications. It defines the core components of an iOS application, from labels and buttons to table views and navigation controllers. In this article, not only will we start our exploration of the UIKit framework, we will also explore the internals of an iOS project and the basic building blocks of iOS applications.Read More…
  • iOS SDK
    Exploring the Foundation FrameworkPreview image@2x
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    The Foundation framework is the bread and butter in the toolbox of an iOS developer. It provides the NSObject root class and a large number of fundamental building blocks for iOS development, from classes for numbers and strings, to arrays and dictionaries. The Foundation framework might seem a bit dull at first, but it harnesses a lot of power and is indispensable when developing iOS applications.Read More…
  • iOS SDK
    Getting Started with Objective-CPreview image@2x
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    With the basics of C still fresh in your memory, it is time to become familiar with Objective-C. The key difference with C is that Objective-C is an object oriented programming language, whereas C is a procedural programming language. This means that we first need to understand objects and how they relate to classes. Other key concepts that we will explore in this article are object messaging, encapsulation, and inheritance.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Creating Your First iOS ApplicationPreview image@2x
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    Even though we've already learned quite a bit in this series on iOS development, I'm sure you are eager to start building iOS applications that do something cool or useful. In this tutorial, your wish is granted. Using Xcode, you'll create an iOS project from scratch, modify the project's source code, and run your application on either the iOS Simulator or a physical device.Read More…
  • Mobile Development
    Learn Objective-C: Day 1Learn objective c
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    Welcome to my series on coming to grips with the awesome language that is Objective-C. Throughout this small series of articles, my aim is to take you from no prior experience with Objective-C to using it confidently in your own applications. This isnʼt a rush job - so donʼt expect to just skim through the basics and be away - weʼll be going through not just the bare essentials, but also the best practices you can apply to ensure your code is the best it can be. Letʼs jump straight in! Read More…
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