By adamwulf on August 15, 2009
The name of the new project is Three20, after the 320-pixel-wide screen of the iPhone. The code is all hosted on github for your cloning pleasure. There is an excellent sample app called TTCatalog which lets you play with all of the various UI components. Documentation? Well… there are instructions for how to add Three20 to your project, but I am still working on comprehensive documentation for each of the classes. For now, the sample app and the code itself are your documentation.
By adamwulf on August 13, 2009
This application shows how to target older OS versions while building with newly released APIs. It also illustrates how to use the MessageUI framework to edit and send email messages from within your application.
By adamwulf on August 12, 2009
I've written a simple C++ class with an Objective-C wrapper that provides a set of common image processing tasks along with conversion to and from UIImage.
The code supports the following operations:
By adamwulf on August 10, 2009
great discussion about copy/paste problems in the web environment. this address plain text copy/paste only
By adamwulf on August 3, 2009
static analyzer for iPhone apps using llvm and clang
By adamwulf on July 30, 2009
some great tips and examples using comet with PHP
By John Resig on July 21, 2009
By Matt Legend Gemmell on July 14, 2009
This is an emergency guide to iPhone software development, i.e. a guide for competent developers who haven’t written code for the iPhone platform before, and just want to get started right now.
By adamwulf on July 3, 2009
IE plugin that measures the CPU hit and memory footprint of your pages as they render on the client’s browser
By Smashing Editorial on June 22, 2009