1. What I've Learned about iOS Development

    I've been playing around with development for Mac OS X and iOS for a few years. I've had a pretty good grasp of how Cocoa and UIKit worked, and I've written some simple apps, but for the past month I've been working on my first Real iOS Application. I've had …

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  2. Air Display vs. MaxiVista

    Most of the time, I work at the Windows 7 computer in my home office with a dual-monitor setup. A lot of non-geeks have never used a dual-monitor setup: you will just have to trust me when I tell you that, for a programmer or any other person who needs …

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  3. My iPad Review

    So, I've had an iPad for about a month and a half. Here are my impressions:

    Overall, it's really nice. It fills the need for a little Internet-connected device that lets me watch video, read books, read online news, and browse the web. I used to keep my old 13-inch …

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  4. Looking for iPad Application Beta Testers

    Some time in the next few weeks, I hope to have an iPad game ready for submission to the App Store. I am looking for people to help me test the app.

    You need to have the following:

    • An iPad
    • Somebody with whom to play the game (it's a two-player …

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  5. Thoughts on the iPad

    I like the iPad. A few friends and acquaintances accuse me of being stupid and easily fascinated by sparkly objects. Rather than have the same argument over and over again, I'm writing all my thoughts and predictions here. I will speak no further on the subject until I actually own …

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  6. Easy Gradient Backgrounds for UITextViewCells

    When you create a table-view-based iPhone app, by default you get tables with plain white rows. But all the cool kids are making apps with 3D-ish gradient backgrounds. You want to make those kinds of apps too, right? This article explains how.


    Making table cells with custom backgrounds is …

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