iOS SDK Systems Development
(440) 720-4-iOS (467)
I have quite a few Cloud Storage app installed on my iPhone. Each of them serve the simple purpose of allowing you to access files in the cloud.
My latest find is SugaySync
The one feature of SugarSync that I use often to move large files across the internet is the way SugarSync seemlessly moves content between two or more users who are "Sharing" the file or directory in the cloud.
Early this week I saw a new iPhone app "Dragon Dictation".
The app will transcribe your voice memo into text!!. And it's FREE.
But, exactly how much does FREE cost you? Checking the EULA (End User License Agreement), Nuance Communications, makers of Dragon Dictation, want to capture and archive all of your contacts from your phone.
I passed on the app for now. Will have to see more reviews and wait for the horror stories.
Here is more information on the "Today In iPhone site"
Detecting taps and events on UIWebView
Like many others I have been trying to figure out how to detech which element on a browser was tapped.
This document tells you how.
My first iPhone app was developed for the company I work for. ONOSYS Online Ordering is the leader in online ordering in the food service industry. http://ONOSYS.com
With the iPhone app, ONOSYS now makes it possible for Restaurant Chains to access the growing mobile community of iPhone users.
Focusing on simplicity and ease of use, the application was developed to closely follow the functionality of the well established ONOSYS Online Ordering system.
I just submitted my second iPhone app to the app store.
Hopefully it will go as well as the first app. It only took 10 days to be approved.
So I am working on an app for a client and they do not link the default "gloss and Bevel" created by the SDK.
You may have noticed that some iPhone app icons do not look like others and do not have the gloss bevel.
This can easily be accomplished in XCode by adding the "Icon already includes gloss and bevel effects" setting in your info.plist and selecting the checkbox. Will be rendered on the springboard just like you crated it, including transparency.
While working on a Content Caching system I realized that it would be better to have the data Encrypted.
I was most surprised when I found SQLCipher: http://zetetic.net/software/sqlcipher
Here is a tutorial to show you how to use it
A complete replacement for SQLite that handles on the fly encryption. What could be better than that.
-Hope this helps someone
Imagine being able to develop your application once and then being able to deploy to both the iPhone and the Android platform.
This is the promise of QuickConnect Framework.
In the near future we will be testing out QuickConnect to see if it ready for full scale enterprise development.
Now that I have a few demo apps deployed there some users that have reported crashes.
I found out how to get the crash logs from the users.
The crash log can be found on the computer you sync you iPod on
• If you are using a Mac:
• If you are running Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Apple computer\Logs\CrashReporter\
• If you are running Windows Vista:
This is something I just ran into dealing with images on buttons.
The image on the file system is "stepdone.jpg"
In the simulator the code that worked to load the images is;
[thisUIButton setImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"stepDone.png"] forState:UIControlStateNormal];
This did not work in on a provisioned device. As you know file names are case sensitive. But it appears that the Simulator was not picky
Actual required code:
[thisUIButton setImage:[UIImage imageNamed:@"stepdone.png"] forState:UIControlStateNormal];