Side benefits of jet lag + general insomnia include lots of time to learn new things. I decided it was time to learn Sprite Kit by making a game for my 2-year old to play on my iPhone. I call it “Say Shapes” – Here’s progress after 4 total hours.
Givit was a fantastic video editor for iOS devices. It had some amazing features. With it, was a video sharing service that was really clever in a lot of ways. For whatever reason(s), the company closed. The explanation is here: http://www.givit.com/what-happened/ The app, however, is still available on the Apple App Store as a stand […]
Let me start off by saying, I don’t claim to be an expert. I had to find out how to get OpenCV running on an iOS device by reading a lot of other people’s advice, hacking, then trial and error. Step 1. Use port to install OpenCV and all the dependencies. sudo port selfupdate sudo […]
Update: 2011-08-27 – Price change to $.95! yes, just Ninety-Five cents! Rock out America! – Version 1.1 coming soon! – Also, there’s been some curiosity about data persistence in the app, so let me clear this up. All app data is stored on the phone using a SQLite database. No data is stored remotely and […]
“Programming iOS 4″ by Matt Neuburg; O’Reilly Media Summary: Good book. Lots of background on Objective-C. Good for experienced programmers that are new to programming Objective-C and those needing review of the basics. Great for programmers new to iOS. I’ve just finished reading “Programming iOS 4″ by Matt Neuburg. It’s a book about programming Objective-C […]
UPDATE! What’s New in Version 1.2 – Bug fix: Removed iAd support because it was crashing older phones. – Also recompiled build for ios 4.0 device compatibility. What’s New in Version 1.1 – Changed behavior so when the user begins edting a text field, it clears. – Added spin logo to about page. – Fixed […]