iPhoneDevCamp has a great list of free, open source iPhone libraries and applications. Among them are ARKit: an Augmented-Reality framework and OpenFlow: a CoverFlow replacement for Apple’s private CoverFlow API.
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According to the Peachpit website, my book should be available for purchase in just over a week. I’ve made all the example code used in the book available for download here.
Netbanker published an article about the ING iPhone app I just completed work on. You can read it here.
I just sent the final piece of copy to the publisher, and my book is now complete and should be off to the printers next week. It’s been a LOT more work than I thought it would be, and I’d never have made it through without all the help from the great people over at [...]
A new site providing a directory of iPhone development tools.
The Acuvue eyeSuite app I wrote was recently mentioned in a Sydney Morning Herald article on local iPhone application development.
After a lot of work, the ACUVUE® EyeSuite iPhone application has finally been launched. I was the developer on this project (working with the great creative folks over at McCann Sydney) – it was loads of fun to work on. Go ahead and download it now from the iTunes app store – it’s FREE.
Not much time to blog lately – things have been fairly hectic the last few weeks. I’ve finally left my job and gone Indie in an attempt to concentrate on Mac/iPhone development FT – we’ll see how long my mortgage agrees with this new working arrangement I’m also working on a book which is turning [...]
Update It’s available now. After many requests, I finally got around to adding currency conversions this morning. Currency data is downloaded from Yahoo! each time you start the app, and is available for 48 currencies. The update should be available in a couple of days once Apple have approved it. If I’ve missed a currency, [...]
Update: Looks like it’s finally been approved, 2 weeks after I initially submitted it. Hopefully I’ve changed the UI enough to no longer look like a Polaroid: Unless of course scotch-tape complain about the use of the piece of tape..