Feb 2010

Two upcoming iPhone dev conferences

In April I’ll be going to two iPhone/iPad developers conferences: iDev 360 in San Jose and Voices that Matter in Seattle. (I’ll be speaking at 360 iDev. For the Seattle conference I’ll be playing the part of a local, since, well, I live in Seattle.)

The Listening Engine

Tim Bray on being well-informed or not: “This might signal a new kind of stratification in society.”

Moltzworld

Crazy Apple Rumors Site: “It’s a Cinderella story.”

Cocoa and Cocoa Touch Intro

Peter Hosey: “Welcome, new Cocoa or Cocoa Touch programmer. Here are some things you will need to know.”

On Removing Features

Lukas Mathis: “Eventually, you will find yourself in a position where your application contains features it should not. Even if you’ve been vigilant, this will happen.”

iPhone / iPad icon PSD template

Cocoia posts the good stuff, as always.

iPad as revolution

Macworld: “For Apple, it’s not about killing off tinkerers, but ensuring that not everybody who wants to use a computer has to be a tinkerer.”

Citizen Reporter Plug-in for TapLynx

Tyree Apps: “I’ve created a little view controller that lets a TapLynx app offer the user a quick way to snap a photo and then email it to someone without ever leaving the TapLynx based application.”

One of my favorite parts of TapLynx is that it’s extendable: you can create new views with new features. (Note to programmers: TapLynx is a static library. You still use Xcode to build apps, though TapLynx makes it so you write code only if you want to.)

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