Fourth iPhone app now available in the AppStore

Yup, the fourth iPhone app that I developed is available in the AppStore.

NakedPizza Online Ordering was developed for my employer. The app is actually an update to the Barry Bagels App the I wrote. With more features.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nakedpizza-mobile-ordering/id363144653?mt...

I am currently available for small to medium size iPhone app projects.
Contact me (440) 941-3477

Core Data: ORM for the iPhone

I will be adding Core Data to an existing iPhone application. This will hopefully make it easier to work with the application as things get more complicated.

Additionally, the idea that ORM is Built-In to the iPhone SDK gives me a chance to show how good the SDK really is.

So for the first stage we need to add Core Data to an existing iphone app. I found this article was a great help.
http://wiresareobsolete.com/wordpress/2009/12/adding-core-data-existing-...

Here is a great iPhone app tutorial:
http://iphonetuts.blogspot.com/

New iPhone App approved for sale is the AppStore

Our second iPhone App is has been approved for download in the AppStore.

TradeBit Mobile Browser allows you to review the complete TradeBit Library. From Movies, eBooks and Music, even applications and photos are there.

Explore the huge library of files while your waiting in line. The download the file when you return to your computer later.

TradeBit Mobile if FREE in the AppStore

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=359065...

Simple way to round the corners of a UIImageView

Rounding the corners of an image in a UIImageView is simple

//You will need this import
#import QuartzCore/QuartzCore.h

imageView.layer.cornerRadius = 5.0;
imageView.layer.masksToBounds = YES;

//And to add a border:
imageView.layer.borderColor = [UIColor lightGrayColor].CGColor;
imageView.layer.borderWidth = 1.0;

Threading tutorial using NSthread in iPhone SDK (Objective-C)

Threading in an iPhone app is a necessity and knowing how to get it right is important.

This tutorial is great and includes the source code for you to use.
http://www.xprogress.com/post-36-threading-tutorial-using-nsthread-in-ip...

Beautiful Section Headers:More UITableView Header Decoration

Here is a link to an article that shows how simple it is to customize your Section Headers in a grouped UITableView

http://iphoneinaction.manning.com/iphone_in_action/2009/07/beauti.html

Disable auto-backup in iTunes 9 on a Mac

How many times did you "WANT" to sync your iPhone or iPod Touch but decided that you did not want to wait for the backup to complete.

After trying a few different approaches I found that the process in the link below still works great.

http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20080727060037590

Websites to promote your app for FREE

Here are a couple of great site that I came across while looking to promote CoinMobile(tm)

AppGiveAway.com allows you to promote your app by oublishing PROMO Codes. [FREE Service]
http://www.appgiveaway.com/index.html

Promo Dispenser @ iPhoneApp-PromoCodes.com offers a similar service for free also [FREE Service]
http://iphoneapp-promocodes.com

iPhoneDist.com allows you to promote your app with promo codes too [FREE Service]
http://iphonedist.com/

AppHall.com allows you to promote your app with out requiring PROMO Codes [FREE Service]
http://apphall.com/

CoinMobile(tm) v1.2 Released

Today Apple approved CoinMobile(tm) v1.2 and it's available in the AppStore.

This new version has spot prices for Platinum, Gold and Silver. Also improved navigation to make research easier and quicker.

We have also improved the display of coins to allow for more accurate information regarding "Scrap Metal" valuation.

CoinMobile(tm) is available for $4.99 in the AppStore

http://CoinMobile.com

AppStore Link
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/coinmobile-tm-research-system/id342077911...

Adding Images to TableView footers and headers

So the client want to have fancy images in between the sections of a Grouped UITableView.

After a little bit of searching I found that it's actually not that difficult.

Here is a tutorial that is a bit more advanced that most that I have seen. In Step 9, they show how to add the images to the footer and header.

http://adeem.me/blog/2009/05/24/iphone-sdk-tutorial-part-4-tips-for-uita...

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