iOS-CSV Parser and Writer
The blog is created by Swati choksi
The objective of this post is to describe how to parse and write .csv file in iOS.
CSV is basically known as Character Separated values.
CSV file stores tabular data in a plain text form.
A CSV file consists of any number of records, in which each records consists of fields, fields are separated by some other character of strings.
Most commonly used character are tab, space or comma.
Following are the steps that give you a brief introduction about CSV Parser and Writer.
iOS – Delegate
Dipti Ganatra has shared her knowledge about Delegates in iOS.
The main Objective of this blog is to explain what are delegates and how it is helpful in iOS Application.
Delegates are just the means of communication between objects of iOS.
It allows communicate one object to other object when any events occur.
Here it is also shown how to describe user define Delegates in easy steps.
For more information click on iOS-Delegates.
iOS-Image Picker Controller
Krupa Kadeche shared this post originally.
The iOS image Picker is a controller
It allows you to select an image from device gallery or capture it from the camera.
In this demo it is explained how to grab the image or take a new one if device has a camera to take a new one.
The iOS library contains a very useful class known as UllImagePickerController.
It is a user interface that provides the functionality to interact with the camera.
For more information click on Image picker Controller.
The iOS image Picker is a controller
iOS-Image Processing using GPUImage Framework
Swati Choksi originally creates the blog.
- The objective of this blog post is to describe that how image processing using GPUImage Framework works in iOS.
- The GPUImage Framework is a BSD-licensed iOS library that lets you apply GPU-accelerated filters and other effects to images, live camera video, and movies.
- Follow some steps and get the detail information to use GPUImage Framework for interactive application related to image, video and media at GPUImage Framework.
iOS-Create Gradient View
Swati Choksi has shared her knowledge about how to create Gradient View.
- The objective of this blog is to show how to create gradient view in iOS.
- A Gradient is a filing of colors that varies from one to another.
- Basically there are of two types in Gradient.
- For more information go to Gradient View
iOS-Text Overlay on Image
Swati choksi has published the blog sharing knowledge about Text Overlay on Image.
- The main objective of this blog is to describe how to overlay text on image.
- Text Overlay on images is very important for the purpose of poster making, creating logo, pictures and media.
- For having a demo visit site Text Overlay on Image.
Introduction to SQLite Database in iOS
The blog was originally created by Swati Choksi.
- The objective of blog is to know how to work on SQLite Database in iOS.
- In the age where Core Data is king, the database that started it all is often overlooked. I’m talking of course about SQLite. As you may or may not know, prior to core data, SQLite was the preferred method of storing relational data on IOS devices.
- Following are the steps that give you a brief introduction to using FMDB.
- Create a database.
- Create a table.
- Insert, fetch, and delete data in it.
- Check out more information at SQLite Database.
Introduction to Gesture Recognizer in iOS
Swati Chowksi has shared her knowledge about gesture recognizer in iOS.
- Prior to iPhone OS 3.2, developers had to write their own code to detect various touch events in their applications.
- For instance, the default iPhone Photo application allows the user to zoom into and out of a photo using two fingers while “pinching” the photo in and out.
- The mechanism to detect these gestures was never a concrete and reusable class, and developers had to create their own gesture recognizers.
- With the introduction of iOS 3.2, some of the most common gesture event detection code is encapsulated into reusable classes built into the SDK. These classes can be used to detect swipe, pinch, pan, tap, drag, long press, and rotation gestures.
- To know more See Gesture Recognizer.
iOS-What is the future of mobile game development for the iOS platform?
Tejas jasani has published the blog about the future of mobile game development for the iOS platform
- The App Store is a huge contributor to the success of the mobile gaming world. Before the App Store was launched, gaming apps were quite difficult to procure and the variety of games were restricted to a selected few. The ‘click and collect’ method is taken for granted today, although some years back, developing a game and providing quick accessibility was a big problem for most.
- Get an exact idea more at iOS the future of mobile game development.