Greg’s Online CS 193P Resources

Tutorials

As I figure things out for class I will post any writeups on this page.

1. 4/29/2009 – I thought the PushPop Demo in lecture #7 was great. I went through it and added details about using Xcode and Interface Builder. This Tutorial is for someone still uncertain about how to use Xcode and IB together to complete a mutiview multinib application. It would be a good starting point for the Presence 1 assignment if you need it. You can download it by right clicking the link below and the choosing “Save Link As”.

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2. 5/2/2009 – I completed extending the first tutorial to include: adding Tags to buttons; passing data from the first screen to the second screen; loading images dynamically; and loading text dynamically. You need to go through the first tutorial to get to where I start with this one. It is not an exact Presence 1 (they don’t want us posting those) but it does all the things you need to know how to do to get the assignment done. I hope these two tutorials help you and I would appreciate feedback on corrections and hints for improvements. I will also post the two .png files I used.

Tutorial #2
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3. 5/6/2009 – Pragmatic Studio has really excellent videos on using the IB to start iPhone programming. The are all worth a look and the Custom cells video is pretty much a Presence #2 walk through.

4. 5/11/2009 – If you are having problems with creating a model’s data object and passing it between classes have a look at this example.

2 Comments »

  1. Hi Greg,
    I want to thank you for creating the push and pop tutorials. I had a very hard time figuring out how to dynamically display an image so I ran thru the tutorials and they straightened me out. Thank you very much for service to the CS193 community.

    Dennis Pagano

    Comment by Dennis Pagano — May 16, 2009 @ 12:19 pm | Reply

    • Glad it helped Dennis and Thanks for the feedback. – Greg

      Comment by gregorykaiser — May 16, 2009 @ 12:27 pm | Reply


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