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.
IOS, send data from one View Controller (scene) to another View Controller (scene) using a segue and the prepareForSegue. This is a simple tutorial with clear steps.
With iOS 5 and ARC, the #define keyword is frown upon and creates linkage issues with the compiler. You still can create Global Variables, but without the #define macro. This tutorial shows you how.
Learn how to store UIImage (image) data in Core Data using this tutorial.
iOS Property List files, or plist files, are a great way to store data and to use them to store config setting specific to your app or even to use them instead of global variables. This tutorial teaches you how to create plist files and read and write to them using Core Foundation classes as well...
This tutorial provides all the steps to manually add Core Data to an existing application or to an iOS application, like a Single View Application, without using a pre-existing Core Data template. This tutorial assume that no Navigation Controller or Tab Bar Navigator is used.
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...
IOS 5 Core Data offers a simple development model for applications that require data persistence. This tutorial offers a developer new to IOS 5 how to create and use Core Data with their applications.
iOS SQLite Database for iPhone and iPad is a tutorial demonstrating how to Insert, Update, Delete, Select (CRUD) data from a UIViewController into a SQLite database in an iPhone or iPad application. Display data from a SQLite database in UITableViewcontroller. How to push selected data from the...
A critical component of any iOS application with a database is implementing a backup strategy. This how-to article provides many options for backing up a SQLite database, which is the standard database choice for iOS apps.