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0 97 posted 8 years ago by peruggia
0 110 posted 8 years ago by streamt
Use like this: [self showConfirmation:@"May we send you information and offers by Email?" withMessage:@"1 email per week maximum"];
1 120 posted 8 years ago by yasirmturk
Use like this: [self docsUrl]
1 104 posted 8 years ago by yasirmturk
Use like this: [[self docsPath] stringByAppendingPathComponent:@"photo.png"]
1 101 posted 8 years ago by yasirmturk
da testare
1 103 posted 9 years ago by ghiboz
First you need to create an MPMediaQuery using the playListsQuery. Then, you loop through each playlist and retrieve the valueForProperty.
0 131 posted 9 years ago by nd6
Compiling an iOS app using Flash requires an application descriptor file. Within this XML file, you can tell the app to compile for High-Res iPhones, iPad 2 as well as remove the default gloss on an icon and even change the look-and-feel of a status...
2 184 posted 9 years ago by chrisaiv
Begin by making the class a CPPlotSpaceDelegate.
0 136 posted 9 years ago by bethjt1220
Only allows one table view cell to be checked.
0 119 posted 9 years ago by bethjt1220
In viewDidLoad
0 104 posted 9 years ago by bethjt1220
background tap - background should have type UIControl and method should be connected to the "touch down" action textView - doesn't need to be connected to an action, but delegate needs to be connected to something that is a UITextViewDelegate text...
1 128 posted 9 years ago by bethjt1220
1 142 posted 9 years ago by Ashung
If you are developing for iOS with AIR and are deleting/removing applications from iTunes/device each time you want to test you will want to read this.
0 124 posted 9 years ago by renaun
Adobe AIR 2.6 was just released and it includes a couple of new features for iOS such as camera, video, and keyboard support but for now, you'll need to compile using command-line ADT. Here's a simple example showing you how to compile in test-mode...
0 178 posted 9 years ago by chrisaiv
Show a notification immediately after application enter in background (but you can schedule it too)
0 101 posted 9 years ago by rabc
Pulls data from a plist set up as a dictionary of arrays of strings. Creates multi-level TableView that can be nested inside a navigation controller. Snippet shows key methods for 2 nested levels. 2 levels --> 2 classes (both of which extend UIT...
0 121 posted 9 years ago by bethjt1220
Though an old post, this is my solution that's been pieced together from various comments on the article linked above.
1 227 posted 9 years ago by beneberle