By Adam Wulf on March 22, 2008
While I haven’t yet been accepted into the iPhone Developer program, I’m not at all happy with the reports that I’ve been hearing. iPhone Atlas is reporting that the beta iPhone OS 1.2 that you need to install to develop iPhone programs on the iPhone hardware will kill your phone’s ability to make calls. Presumably, once the non-beta upgrade is released in June, then the ability to make calls will be restored. One can only hope. I certainly don’t have the budget for a dedicated development iPhone.
By Adam Wulf on March 13, 2008
I appreciate that I can set my own icon for my application, but here’s what I want: I want an easy and programmatic way to add the red circle indicators to my icon just like you have for the Mail and SMS apps.
By Adam Wulf on March 11, 2008
When working on my first iPhone app, I needed to import the libXML framework into my project. I took a look at a sample app that used the libXML framework, and made sure that the framework list in my project matched the one in the sample project – but for some reason my project wouldn’t compile. It kept complaining that it couldn’t find a libXML header file or some such, and so finally i turned to The Google, and found the answer. I’m sure this stuff is a no-brainer for more experienced Cocoa / iPhone developers, but since I’m neither yet, I thought this was a bit trickier than I expected.