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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.

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

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  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

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