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27 May, 2011 [ Comments Off ]

Rendevous with Open Source Cocoa

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Over the past 3 years, we have seen a lot of developers making the switch to iOS and quite recently to Mac development. Even though Objective-C has been around since the early 1980s, not many developers bothered to give it a try. Like it happens in every community, many developers have...

27 May, 2011 [ Comments Off ]

Welcome to OUR Magazine

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Hi, Welcome to The Cocoa Magazine. I started this magazine (I hesitate to call it that, since there will NEVER be a print component) because there was a clear lack of any such source for developers to get the best information available. Sure there's google, and it does ok, but my...

27 May, 2011 [ Comments Off ]

Conversations With Greg: Occipital

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For those that don't know Occipital, they're the team behind Red Laser (iTunes link), which was recently bought by Ebay not too long ago. Since then, they've gone on to launch 360 Panorama (iTunes link), a widely popular panoramic photo app for the iPhone. Greg Cerveny is currently working...

27 May, 2011 [ Comments Off ]

UIGestureRecognizer Saves The Day

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So you’ve just finished implementing the latest, greatest application and for once, you feel that your design was kept intact through the entire project schedule.  You’ve kept your objects oriented and your models viewed and controlled.  You’ve put together a design that Donald Knuth himself would approve of.  In short,...

27 May, 2011 [ Comments Off ]

iPhone Programming 101: How To Make a Tip Calculator

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If you're completely new to iPhone programming and want to dive right in, this is the tutorial for you! In this tutorial, you'll get started with iPhone programming by making a tip calculator! Why make a tip calculator?  First, it's one of the easiest exercises you can do, so it is a...

27 May, 2011 [ Comments Off ]

Getting Things Done For Developers

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Productivity is something I’ve thought a lot about because it’s something I’ve struggled with, I think a lot of other people have too. As developers we have a lot of tasks and reference materials to keep track of whether we’re working at a company, developing our own projects, or...