Google’s ApiDemos sample code is great. It gives you everything you need. Unless you’ve already configured your Eclipse environment, you may get a ton of Warnings when you add the ApiDemos sample app to your workspace. Here’s how to get rid of those annoying warnings.
TextExpander Touch was released August 25th, 2009. Along with it, came an SDK to allow other iPhone apps to integrate it’s expanding feature. For users of TextExpander Touch, having this feature can be quite handy. There are quite a few apps like Tweetie 2 that feature TextExpander integration.
Getting set up for developing for Android on a Mac is super easy.
Adding Google API support to your iPhone App could not be any easier. Google provides Objective-C APIs for:
Having been doing some iPhone App development lately, I’ve run into one of the little issues abound. In order to test your application on an iPhone and also deploy it to the Apple iTunes App Store, you need to properly configure your application’s Bundle Identifier in your Info.plist file. All the books tell you this. And Apple makes it a point to tell you how to do this before you try to deploy on the App Store.