Part 1 in a series on how to make glossy buttons in your iPhone applications.
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Matt Gallagher has written a small sample app that demonstrates how to use CoreLocation in Snow Leopard. It’s interesting to see how some of the iPhone functionality is coming over onto the Mac…
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.
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.
A new site providing a directory of iPhone development tools.
Jesper give us a summary of some of the Hidden Developer Gems in Snow Leopard. Marc Charbonneau has also found some articles on Snow Leopard for developers. Well worth a read..
Aaron Hillegass talks about the Cocoa Text System: http://vimeo.com/4793853.
[Update]: The iPhone 2.2. update seems to have broken url’s in the form: maps://maps.google.com/maps?q= however in my initial testing, it seems if you use http://maps.google.com/maps?q= (i.e. using http:// instead of maps://) then things still seem to function correctly – I’ve updated the post to reflect this. ———— This week I spent some time playing around [...]