Another good tutorial from RayWenderlich.com website, this time focusing on how to sync data stored in Core Data with a Web Service. Part 1 and 2 are posted now, check’em out here and enjoy as usual.
Hello there, it’s time for me to actually start my holidays and I can say it was time! Need to get away from this beloved Mac for some time and enjoy nature, sea, sun and my motorbike with my gf. But BudgetPal 1.4 beta will come with me on my iPhone, to be tested in everyday use with its huge amount of changes ready to be released to you in September: new menu, new backup management, multithreading and hundreds of small bug fixes. In the meantime, enjoy whatever you are doing ;)
Hello there, are you enjoying your summer? I am not there yet, trying to complete the last iOS project before the long-awaited and deserved rest! In the meantime, I found myself in need of adding some properties to UINavigationController class and I discovered this article which helped me out. Basically
with iOS 4.0 and Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) Apple added some new features to the Objective-C runtime. Among the many new additions is a very handy feature called Associated Objects which allow you to associate objects at runtime without subclassing.
Very good to know, thank you TechPaa.