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[6 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 10,792 Views]

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- How to create custom view?
- Use of IBOutlet and IBAction
- Can 2 tableviews be used in one Viewcontroller? How?
- Can a tableview refer to 2 datasources? How?
- What is the difference between shallow copy and deep copy?
- What are categories? How are these different from extending classes?
- How does push notifications work?
- Mutable Vs Immutable types? ( For example: Array Vs MutableArray )
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[8 Sep 2011 | No Comment | 10,899 Views]

Searching iTunes or the Mac App Store for a song, podcast, or app can be a cumbersome experience at times. Thankfully, there is an app that makes the experience a little easier. As reported by Lifehacker, a new OS X Lion (yes, you read that right. The app is for OS X Lion only) app called Tunesque allows users to quickly search both the Mac App Store or iTunes from the menu bar. Follow along as we show you the ins and outs of Tunesque.
You can download and install Tunesque …

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[6 Sep 2011 | No Comment | 9,935 Views]

Full-time students can almost always count on two constants: a weighted backpack full of textbooks and a very light wallet full of nothing.
Thanks to the rise in tablet computers, that once heavy backpack can be alleviated, and perhaps a few dollars can remain in a student’s pocket. It may be too far into the semester to take advantage of some of these applications, but it’s nice to know they exist for future reference.
I downloaded and tested seven textbook apps from the Apple App Store on my iPad. There’s a couple …

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[5 Sep 2011 | No Comment | 3,439 Views]

According to the new case designs released by technology website MacRumors, the much-anticipated iPhone 5 is expected to have a bigger screen-size compared to iPhone 4′s 3.5-inch display.
The report said the iPhone 5 design may have dimensions of 4.33″ x 2.36″, suggesting a shorter but only slightly wider design. In comparison, the iPhone 4 dimensions are 4.5″ x 2.31″. IBTIMES

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[1 Sep 2011 | No Comment | 9,042 Views]

StreetPilot OnDemand app offers iPhone users convenient navigation for walking or driving when they need it. The app is $0.99 to download, but after that, basic “getting around” directions are included OnDemand.
Included for free for 30 days are some premium features that if you decide you can’t live without, can be yours for $2.99 per month ($29.99 per year). What are those features you ask? Well for starters, your get spoken turn-by-turn guidance with street names, representation of 3D buildings and landmarks, traffic rerouting, and Google Local Search, to name …