This is a tutorial to demonstrate how to dismiss the contextual keyboard that displays when a user enters a UITextField. This tutorial demonstrates how to make the keyboard dismiss when a field loses focus, or when a button is press and how to make the keyboard dismiss using a Swipe Gesture...
SQLite is a great technology for data storage and persistence for mobile applications and web applications. Although not a database server, it offers nevertheless the possibility to group several databases together, for lack of a better explanation, and to allow for multi database queries like you...
Scratch is a free programming language created by MIT. It can be used to create games, art, animations and stories and is used in Code Clubs in the UK to teach children how to programme.
How to make an iOS app using Flash. Learn to make Flash Builder apps for Flash iOS development. With Flash app development, you can create iOS apps for App Store. Adobe Air will convert to native iOS code for great mobile apps.
Introduction These notes describe how to go about modulo 2 addition, subtraction and division. Modulo 2 Arithmetic Modulo 2 arithmetic is performed digit by digit on binary numbers. Each digit is considered independently from its neighbours....
Objective-C instance variables and constant. In addition to the types, C variables and constants, Objective-C also adds instance variables. This tutorial offers a comprehensive review of how to use instance variables and constants in Objective-C and how to implement them in your own code.
Learn how to store binary data like image in a SQLite database from an iPhone iOS app. You will also learn how to convert the uiimage to binary data for storage and retrieval in an UIImageView using an UIPickerView as a selector.
It is easy to create standalone application using C# or even VB.Net. This tutorial provides the step by step instructions on how to create your own.
How to configure apache for using django under Windows OS. We use XAMPP as an example. This is a part of larger tutorial.
The advantage of using ECLIPSE as the underpinning for JAVA development should become apparent at the conclusion of this article demonstrating the steps required to create the "Hello World!" program.