At WWDC I got one of these Microclean screen cleaning cloths from Test Studio for iOS. Pretty cool.
Smart idea for parents: iPhone contract between mother and son
There are still thousands of people using iPhone OS 2.0. I met one of them last night.
The AV Foundation framework is only supported in iPhone OS 2.1 or higher.
My latest iPhone/iPod touch app, Whiteboard Lite, is now available in the iTunes App Store.
This semester, I’m a Lab Assistant (also sometimes called a Teaching Assistant or TA) for the new ITP 499 iPhone App Development class here at USC (the University of Southern California). The most well-known iPhone App Dev class done so far was at Stanford University (CS 193P); props to them for posting some of their course materials online.
The iPhone offers good localization support the same way Mac OS X does. For strings, developers use a file called “Localizable.strings”. It’s a bit tricky, though. The syntax of the file is strict; any small error will cause it to stop working without warning. Unfortunately, the compiler (which doesn’t touch the file at all) can’t give any warnings or errors when a mistake is present in the file. So check your Localizable.strings closely.
Well, I haven’t blogged in a long time, and now school’s about to start again, so I’d better get to it.
I randomly decided to search for Brain Tuner iPhone on Google to see who might be talking about my app, and I found that someone has done a good video review! So if you have a few minutes, watch it:
There are a lot of potential causes of this problem. Make sure you have the certificate with its private key and the provisioning profile, and that they’re set in Xcode. But if you’ve tried everything else, then make sure you’ve done:
Today I discovered that the Nintendo Wii is definitively the best-selling game console of this generation, far outselling the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.