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When we created ODM PH-1, a great pH meter for the iPhone, my thoughts were mainly on scientists in hip waders monitoring our rivers and lakes for pollution. I now believe I have greatly underestimated the practical, fun and useful applications for ODM’s pH meter.
Last night I recieve notice from the app store that they had approved my first submitted application. It took just about 10 days for the process, which wasn’t nearly as bad as I thought it could be. I had read on the forums of people waiting months, or just never getting an answer. This program [...]
In: App development, iPhone · Tagged with: BJJ, iPhone, jiu jitsu
The Table View is widely used in iPhone apps, and ther are many examples of using it on navigation pages in the iPhone SDK example programs. These examples generally show how to add a tableView that fills the screen, or sometimes with a Navigation Bar element at the top. Sometimes, we want to use a [...]
In: iPhone · Tagged with: iPhone, objective c, SDK, tableView
Starting to develop on the iPhone is surprisingly straightforward. Having previously developped on the palm platform, I expected the SDK to be similar in complexity and learning time. I was happy to find that the iPhones SDK and tools are remarkably quick to learn. It had been some time since I did any C or [...]