Development tips and links for iPhone apps
Description: This is a an entry where I keep a list of misc development tips for iPhone app development.
XCode can’t find base SDK – Stack Overflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3034912/xcode-cant-find-base-sdkIf you can’t choose the SDK at the top left of x-code you have to first set the base SDK in the the project settings. Project -> Edit Project Settings. Then choose the “General” tab. At the bottom you can choose “Base SDK for all Configurations:”
Improved Gradient Buttons http://www.iphone4gapp.net/improved-gradient-buttons.htmlThere are five built-in styles which can be seen in the image above, or you can manually set the gradient to any value you’d like. You can download the source codes from HERE (code.google.com)
Button creator (ZIP download)
iPhone-Simulator Cropper (Curious Times) http://www.curioustimes.de/iphonesimulatorcropper/I hacked this tool to take screenshots of my Apps running in the iPhone-Simulator. Before that, i took a screenshot (cmd+shift+4) and cropped the application screen with the help…
Useful classes and code in general
Presenting, Appirater – Arash Payan | Blog http://arashpayan.com/blog/index.php/2009/09/07/presenting-appirater/Like most developers, I’m not thrilled with the way the App Store presents my apps. There are several problems, but in particular, I really don’t like the user review…
Convert Mac OSX dfont files to ttf (TrueType)!
DfontSplitter « Peter Upfold http://peter.upfold.org.uk/projects/dfontsplitterDfontSplitter for Windows and Mac are open source programs which allow you to take Mac-formatted .dfont font files and convert them into TrueType TTF fonts, which Windows and…
Where does Mac OS X store fonts? http://knowledgebase.insidersoftware.com/entry/41/Mac OS X stores fonts in several different places, which can make dealing with fonts a bewildering experience. Here are some of the locations…