Tips and tricks for iOS application development in Delphi XE2 and application compilation and building in Xcode on Mac OS.
Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS Development Libraries,Objective-C,Open Source iOS Libraries And Tools Ive mentioned helper libraries for easier Core Data and iCloud and synchronizing Core Data objects between iOS and Mac devices. Heres an interesting project that takes things to another level called Ensembles that allows Core Data synchronization with minimal changes to your existing code. As [...]
Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS Development Libraries,Objective-C,Open Source iOS Libraries And Tools Recently I mentioned a tool for migrating your SQLite databases to Core Data, and Ive mentioned the high level wrapper for working with SQLite databases called FMDB. Heres an interesting open source library called FCModel providing an alternative to Core Data for those who like [...]
Featured iPhone Development Resources Ive mentioned a number of excellent tools and libraries for working with Core Data such as the recently mentioned Core Data Editor, and the popular Magical Record. One of the issues with Core Data that often arises is pre-populating the database with data. Heres a tool submitted by Tapasya that makes [...]
The team at objc.io published the September issue focusing on Core Data: The 4th issue of objc.io is all about Core Data, starting with Daniel’s Core Data Overview and Chris’s tutorial for building a simple but complete Core Data application. () Read the rest of this entry Related posts: Performance Of Concurrent Core Data [...]
Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS Programming Tools And Utilities,Open Source iOS Libraries And Tools Just over a year ago I mentioned the excellent Core Data Editor tool a great tool allowing you view edit, and analyze data within Mac and iOS applications, and generate code for that data automatically (using mogenerator under the hood). Core [...]
How to Develop iOS Applications in Delphi XE4 Using Devart Data Access Components. Posted on Thursday, May 30th, 2013. Half a year ago we published an article describing the process of iOS application development in Delphi XE2.
We all presume our phones log where we go and when. But when you see it in front of you on your iPhone, thats when it gets a little creepy.