2 Comments

Summary:

Craig Hockenberry (of Icon Factory/Twitterific) give us a glimpse of what development will be like for the iPhone via his personal/development blog. What can we expect? Tossing most of your current UI code Being way more careful about object/memory use Relying on your Objective-C & Cocoa […]

Craig Hockenberry (of Icon Factory/Twitterific) give us a glimpse of what development will be like for the iPhone via his personal/development blog. What can we expect?

  • Tossing most of your current UI code
  • Being way more careful about object/memory use
  • Relying on your Objective-C & Cocoa skills for visual element design since NIBs are non-esistent
  • Learning a whole new way to get input from the user and info to the user

He goes into a decent amount of detail (as much as he probably can given the lack of a public API release) and leaves the reader with a good sense of what it will be like in the brave, new iWorld.

You’re subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings

  1. While You’re Waiting For The iPhone SDK… | The Apple Blog Tuesday, February 12, 2008

    [...] a previous post indicated, Apple has yet to publicly release the iPhone/iTouch non-web SDK and it is still unclear if casual [...]

  2. I found an article which have gave me glimpse on development. Here is a link
    http://techzone.enterra-inc.com/iphone/custom-camera-applications-development-using-iphone-sdk/

    It’s just interesting and useful. easily understandable for

Comments have been disabled for this post