Apple has some really sexy UI candy when it comes to buttons, navigation bars, toolbars, etc., but the documentation for them is incredibly verbose and a little difficult to digest. We’ve attempted to pierce through the fog so we can
Unfortunately today has been slightly frustrating. We wanted to learn how to fetch documents from the web in Objective-C so we went to Apple’s iPhone How-To Library and looked at the Getting Started document on fetching the contents of a
We had a wonderfully productive day working on RadLibs! Core functionality is working and we’re going to perform some user testing with our lovely ladies this evening. If you know what we mean… (we mean testing our app, sicko). Next
Pro Golf Solitaire and Pro Golf Solitaire Free version 1.2 have been released! New in this version: Improved Resume Game functionality: Previously, if you left in the middle of a hole the app would remember which hole you were playing,
As we have progressed in our understanding of Objective-C and of XCode, one of the pieces that we’ve been missing is how to used shared code with XCode. We’ve written several classes and categories that we want to use again
We’ve been slaving away over a hot keyboard all day so that you, our beloved reader(s), will be able to enjoy Word-Based fun on the go! We’re making some good progress on RadLibs and we’re still on target for releasing
Ladies and Gentlemen, You are privileged to witness the first screenshot of our upcoming app…. [Rad]Libs.
High off of our recent financial “windfall” (because we finally received our first royalty check from Apple!), we’re sitting down with two major goals for the day. First, we will plan the strategy for our 1.2 upgrade to Pro Golf