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This article explains the Application Delegate of an iPhone application. This article discusses the standard application delegate header and implementation files generated for a navigation based application. Also goes through the methods that are generally implemented from the UIApplicationDelegate protocol.
This is a test on the article that explains the Application Delegate of an iPhone application. This article discusses the standard application delegate header and implementation files generated for a navigation based application. Also goes through the methods that are generally implemented from the UIApplicationDelegate protocol.
This is a test on the article that explains various pieces of the main() method. For iPhone and iPod Touch applications, you would consistently see the same main() method, where an application starts.
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For iPhone and iPod Touch applications, you would consistently see the same main() method, where an application starts. This article explains various pieces of that main() method.
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This article explains the code of a simple first iPhone application. The class diagram and overall structure of the code is discussed here. Application Delegate and View Controller classes are also introduced.
This is a test on the article that explains the code of a simple first iPhone application. The class diagram and overall structure of the code is discussed in the article. Application Delegate and View Controller classes are also introduced.
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This article looks at debugging Objective-C code of an iPhone application from Xcode. Debugging in Xcode can be performed from these four different places: Code Editor Window, Debugger Window, GDB Console, and Mini Debugger. This article goes through these four different ways.
This is a test on the article that looks at debugging Objective-C code of an iPhone application from Xcode. Debugging in Xcode can be performed from these four different places: Code Editor Window, Debugger Window, GDB Console, and Mini Debugger. This article goes through these four different ways.
This is a test on the article that explains the user interface files of an iPhone application. It explains the contents of the .xib files, which store the user interface. Goes through the various windows (Document Window, User Interface Window, Inspector Window, Library Window, Connections Panel) of the Interface Builder. The example used is a simple navigation-based iPhone application.
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This article explains the user interface files of an iPhone application. Explains the contents of the .xib files, which store the user interface. Goes through the various windows (Document Window, User Interface Window, Inspector Window, Library Window, Connections Panel) of the Interface Builder. The example used is a simple navigation-based iPhone application.
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