Tag Archives: Apple

Review of Publishing with iBooks Author .

The recent iBooks Authoring tool released by Apple has given amateur book writers and enthusiasts a direct enablement to self-publish their own interactive books to Apple’s bookstore, in a similar way that developers have been given access to the app-store. Nellie McKesson … Continue reading

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Upgrading to XCode 4.3 and solving the /Developer issue

With the upgrade to XCode 4.3, one of the significant changes is that the /Developer folder is gone and instead bundled within the /Applications/XCode.app/ content bundle. One thing that you have to remember is that for the command-line tools (of which now you should be … Continue reading

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Review of iOS 5 Programming Cookbook

The follow on from iOS 4 Cookbook, which I thoroughly enjoyed by Vandad Nahavandipoor, is the opposite of what you might find being the more concise O’Reilly books on specific iOS topics, that I normally review. Depending on how your mind operates, this … Continue reading

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Review of Essential iOS Build and Release

Essential iOS Build and Release by Ron Roche is another of those ‘micro-books’, a concise book with a scope solely focused on how to build for testing and publishing your iOS App, whether it’s AdHoc, App Store or through Enterprise … Continue reading

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Susan Kare | An article from Apple Gazette

This is an interesting article I came across on the Apple Gazette that I thought worth sharing with you guys. Presenting: the untold, little-known story of one of Apple’s earliest and most influential artists. Susan Kare’s place in history is among its … Continue reading

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The essential tools for an iOS/XCode Developer: Part 1

I thought I’d document a fantastic range of resources and software that should be part of an iOS Developer, based on my experiences. The sources I will provide are a historical collection of GitHub sources, as well as software and design tools … Continue reading

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A bit morbid, Apple Dev conference for 2011 has Steve Jobs as keynote speaker

You can find the page at http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/events/. Unless Apple have found a way to re-animate someone, it’s a bad error to have on such a prominent part of their website.

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