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By default, git is available on the Mountain Lion. However, it is not added to the path. This article also discusses getting the git via Command Line Tools.
scrambleZest is an iPhone scramble game. This series of articles has a ton of pictures and shows various features of scrambleZest.
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This is the primary help article for playing scrambleZest on iPhone. It also includes a small Quick Start section.
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This article talks about the results screens in scrambleZest. You can look at the played scrambles from the current set; or, look at the top scoring scrambles.
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This article talks about choosing a set to play in scrambleZest. You can choose from featured sets or a set from a category or search for sets to play.
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This article has information on various settings in the scrambleZest game. These settings include playing an entire set vs. random scrambles from different sets and changing set levels and scramble difficulty levels.
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These are some quick tips for playing scrambleZest. Tips include the details of starting a new scramble, playing next set, touching the big slot bar, playing only kids scrambles, and more.
These articles discuss getting started with iPhone application development. The development tools involved in creating iPhone applications (like Xcode, Interface Builder, Instruments, Dash Code, and iPhone Simulator) are introduced. Code for a simple first iPhone application is thoroughly discussed. Each lesson also comes with a quiz.
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This article explains the view controller of an iPhone application. In this case, the view contains just a table and hence the controller is derived from UITableViewController class. Class diagram, general view methods, and general table methods are discussed.
This is a test on the article that explains the view controller of an iPhone application. In this case, the view contains just a table and hence the controller is derived from UITableViewController class. Class diagram, general view methods, and general table methods are discussed.
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