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Posts Categorized: Mobile Development
A guest post by Suzanne Alexandra, a mobile UX design consultant based in the San Francisco area. If you’d like her to help you express the soul of your app, you can reach her online at her Google+ page or on Twitter (@suzalex). Everyone who cares about great design for Android applications needs to think… Read more »
A guest post by Salman Ul Haq, a techpreneur, co-founder and CEO of TunaCode, Inc. Web application programming ranges from writing light-weight mobile applications to full scale enterprise applications. If you have working knowledge of any single programming language, getting started writing your first web application using PHP, for example, should take only a couple… Read more »
A guest post by Suzanne Alexandra, a mobile UX design consultant based in the San Francisco area. If you’d like her to help you express the soul of your app, you can reach her through her blog at delightthem.wordpress.com. Every Android user knows that Android devices shift orientation between portrait and landscape when the device… Read more »
Here’s what we focused on: Intermittent Connectivity – Going in and out of coverage won’t kick you out of the reader anymore, meaning less disruptive reading on the train (as long as content is in the Offline Bookbag, or has been retrieved already you can keep reading with a subtle menu for switching between all… Read more »
JSON is an easy standard to parse in client-server applications. It is easy to implement and simple to understand. With the release of the iOS 5 SDK, the NSJSONSerialization class was added in the SDK, which gives an easy to use delegate method, lifecycle, to parse JSON data. The following post explains an easy example… Read more »
XML parsing is an essential element for client-server applications. Most of the data transferred between client and server is in XML format, and generally, the XML data received from the server is of XML-RPC, SOAP, REST or RSS standard. In this post we will use NSXMLParserDelegate for parsing XML, which has the following methods:
UITableView is one of the most used UI elements in iOS apps. This post will cover a very simple example that explains how to create a UITableViewController and populate with the data in an array.