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iOS : Creating Sample on Delegate method

In this article we are going to introduce to the delegate design pattern in IOS development.

By Tarun Kumar posted   yesterday

iOS : Sample of creating Sections in UITableView

In this article we are going to create a sample using UITableView class, here we use table view property “sections” in table viewcontroller.

By Glen Martin posted   4 days ago

iOS : Creating Sample on Core Data

In this article we are going to create a sample on Core Data. The objective is to allow the user to enter name, address and phone number information into a database and then search for specific contacts based on the contact’s name.

By Tarun Kumar posted   7 days ago

iOS : Creating sample using UILocalNotification class

Local Notifications make use of a class called UILocalNotification in the UIKit framework. By configuring the properties of UILocalNotification, you can use the UIApplication class to trigger the notification to arrive on screen...

By Tarun Kumar posted   12 days ago

iOS : Creating a UITableView Project

In this article we are going to create a sample using UITableView to display a list of colors and also we can delete any color from the list...

By Tarun Kumar posted   14 days ago

iOS : Sample User Interaction using Button, TextField and Label

Here we are going to create a sample of User Interaction to display the text on UILabel after clicking on UIButton.

By Tarun Kumar posted   14 days ago

Objective-C : Fast enumeration

Fast enumeration is an Objective-C's feature that helps in enumerating through a collection.

By Jayne Spooner posted   17 days ago

Objective-C : Dynamic Binding

Dynamic binding is determining the method to invoke at runtime instead of at compile time. Dynamic binding is also referred to as late binding. In Objective-C, all methods are resolved dynamically at runtime. The exact code executed is determined by both the method name (the selector) and the receiving object.

By Mikki Halpin posted   18 days ago

Objective-C : Categories

If you wants to add some more functionality in the class then use Categories.

By Tarun Kumar posted   19 days ago

Objective-C : Polymorphism

Polymorphism is a concept where objects can inherit functionality from a base class, and change it to provide specialised behaviour.

By Nigel Bunyan posted   20 days ago

Objective-C : Command-Line Arguments

The command line arguments are handled using main() function arguments ...

By Jayne Spooner posted   20 days ago

Objective-C Error Handling

Objective-C programs use NSError objects to convey information about runtime errors that users need to be informed about.

By Tarun Kumar posted   21 days ago

Objective-C Exception Handling

Exceptions are used to inform the programmer about something that went wrong, while errors are used to inform the user that a requested action could not be completed...

By Tarun Kumar posted   21 days ago

Objective-C : Type Casting

Type casting is a way to convert a variable from one data type to another data type.

By Tarun Kumar posted   21 days ago

Objective-C : Typedef

The typedef keyword lets you create new data types or redefine existing ones.

By Tarun Kumar posted   22 days ago

Objective-C : Preprocessor

Objective-C Preprocessor is just a text substitution tool and it instructs compiler to do required pre-processing before actual compilation.

By Tarun Kumar posted   22 days ago

Objective-C : Unions

Unions are a data construct that allow you to store more than one type of data in the same storage area.

By Tarun Kumar posted   22 days ago

Objective-C : Structures

Structs are a C construct that allows for grouping of items into one variable.

By Glen Martin posted   23 days ago

Objective-C : NSDictionary class

NSDictionary class represents an unordered collection of objects; however, they associate each value with a key...

By Tarun Kumar posted   26 days ago

Objective-C : Strings

Strings are typically created by direct assignment or by calling one of the NSString class methods. in Objective-C an NSString also comes with the prefix of the @ sign...

By Tarun Kumar posted   26 days ago

Objective-C : Arrays

An array is an object that contains collections of other objects. Array objects in Objective-C are handled using the Foundation Framework NSArray class.

By Tarun Kumar posted   26 days ago

Objective-C : Programming Language Summary

In this article we will discuss overall summary in a brief way of Objective C.

By Tarun Kumar posted   27 days ago

Objective-C : Numbers

Objective-C provides a range of methods to work with NSNumber, It defines a set of methods specifically for setting and accessing the value as a signed or unsigned char, short int, int, long int, long long int, float, or double or as a BOOL.

By Tarun Kumar posted   27 days ago

Objective C : Constants

The constants are treated just like regular variables except that their values cannot be modified after their definition.

By Tarun Kumar posted   27 days ago

Objective-C : Blocks

Blocks allows you to create distinct segments of code that can be passed around to methods or functions as if they were values.

By Tarun Kumar posted   28 days ago

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