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Found 11 results

  1. dadal75

    [iOS 6.x]iPhone 4 e wifi

    Ragazzi avete aggiornato anche voi il Vs iPhone alla versione 6.0.1? Avete riscontrato problemi al wifi dopo l'aggiornamento? Io parecchi: perdita di ricezione ( dove prima avevo 3 tacche ora ne ho una )+ perdita di stabilità ( non si connette subito e si disconnette facilmente dopo... )
  2. I'm making a split view iPad product search. in the debugger, it shows I'm getting the parsed data, it just won't show up on my table view, so i decided to make a custom TableViewCell creating the .h and .m files. but i have a problem, i have my XML parser in my MasterViewController, but i want to assign it to a label in my Custom TableViewCell object. - (void)parser:(NSXMLParser *)parser didEndElement:(NSString *)elementName namespaceURI:(NSString *)namespaceURI qualifiedName:(NSString *)qName { NSLog (@"didEndElement"); if ([elementName isEqualToString:@"description"]) { NSLog(@" decription:%@", capturedCharacters); StyleMasterCell.textView.text = capturedCharacters; } capturedCharacters = nil; if ([elementName isEqualToString:@"str_smartsearch"]) { // We are no longer in an item element inItemElement = NO; } } i only included description so it will be simple, and I wanna just at least get one thing working first and foremost. this line: StyleMasterCell.textView.text = capturedCharacters; does not work, how can i assign the parsed at a to the textView thats in the stylemastercell?
  3. Damn, I got excited to try out the new features in El Capitan that instead of making another virtual machine, installed it on my main OS. I use this for work and i have a boot camp partition that I also use for work (Develop apps that links to our main system [Windows Based]) After I updated to the beta version, I couldn't start up my Boot Camp partition using Parallels, I tried everything. Installing with out a source and trying to select my boot camp, but it can't be found. I booted off windows so I know its fine, anyone have any suggestions? Am I screwed? My Boot Camp partition doesn't even show up :\ It does show up on Finder though
  4. theconnactic

    iOS7 to be out in the next hours

    The biggest change perhaps began when Apple senior industrial designer, Jonathan Ive, also took over iOS design, after former iOS chief designer Scott Forstall. This is big deal: it's the first time ever this happens in the Cupertino giant's realm. Never a designer had so much power in the company. Not coincidentally, iOS7 will be a departure from much we know about iOS. Expect a less skeuomorphic, more flat design. Ironically, something in the lines Microsoft has been doing for a while with its Windows Phone user interface. (http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57603350-37/behold-jonathan-ives-apple/) Developers will have to adapt, and this adaptation period could lead to some trouble and this is a thing Apple should be a lot concerned with: since Android consolidated itself as serious competition - and market-share leader after that - one of the most heralded advantages of iOS devices to their usually cheaper Android alternatives was the solid rock stability of iOS, at the expense of user and developer's control of the environment. iOS has been up to now a safe and joyful garden with huge walls. Will costumers be willing to be inside this walls if it becomes not so safe and joyful? I don't think so, and neither do Apple, so they released tight rules for the App Store concerning the new iOS: in a few words, the apps which cannot adapt will be left out. I'm sure most developers had plenty of time to make the necessary changes with the various iOS7 betas, but it won't be surprising if a significant number of apps seem to be a little rushed out. (http://gigaom.com/2013/09/14/why-ios-7-forced-developers-to-redesign-their-apps-for-experienced-smartphone-users/) So, we're all waiting. It will be exciting? It will be frustrating? Today we'll know.
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  6. I'm getting my old 3GS back that I've lent to my friend, i want to use it for development, and i was wondering for me to take full advantage of developing it and testing on the 3GS, can i simply switch sim cards from my current iPhone 4/S? i mean to test the cellular data and all.
  7. is it possible to call/start XML parsing inside a method? - (MasterList *)processWebService:(NSString *)urlItemNumber { status = [[NSMutableString alloc] init]; mySingleItem = [[MasterList alloc] init]; [status appendFormat:@"http://store.leestools.com:90/ios12/n_ios.asmx/"]; [status appendFormat:@"getiteminfo?scode="]; [status appendFormat:@"%@", urlItemNumber]; NSString *urlAddress = status; NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:urlAddress]; NSURLRequest *request = [NSURLRequest requestWithURL:url]; NSURLConnection *connection = [[NSURLConnection alloc] initWithRequest:request delegate:self]; mySingleItem.masterDescript = @"Fake Descript"; if (connection) { self.responseData = [NSMutableData data]; } else { NSLog (@"The connection failed"); } return mySingleItem; } is it possible to call XML parsing somewhere in this method? I'm making a split view APP, and i created a separate .h and .m files to put parsing in there because, basically I'm using XML parsing in my "master View controller (table view)" and populates my tableview with products, and I'm creating this object to call XML parsing for all the detail data for "detail view controller" but the XML parsing doesnt get called right away, in which makes all my strings nil
  8. i want to add UITextFields in my alert view, I've used the UIAlertViewStyleLoginAndPasswordInput style, but i want to disable the hiding of the password characters as i type it in, because it is not going to be a login view, i just don't want to create the alertView from scratch. is there a way i can just disable that thing that hides the text characters into those circles? by just calling a method?
  9. Today, iPhone users will be able to download the latest and greatest iOS iteration, deemed by Apple's Tim Cook as the biggest change to iOS since the iPhone. Will users embrace this new world? Or will they rather stay out, just like happens with then much anticipated Microsoft's Windows 8? The dice have already been rolled, but Apple better learned from Microsoft's mistakes, for its own good. The biggest change perhaps began when Apple senior industrial designer, Jonathan Ive, also took over iOS design, after former iOS chief designer Scott Forstall. This is big deal: it's the first time ever this happens in the Cupertino giant's realm. Never a designer had so much power in the company. Not coincidentally, iOS7 will be a departure from much we know about iOS. Expect a less skeuomorphic, more flat design. Ironically, something in the lines Microsoft has been doing for a while with its Windows Phone user interface. (http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57603350-37/behold-jonathan-ives-apple/) Developers will have to adapt, and this adaptation period could lead to some trouble and this is a thing Apple should be a lot concerned with: since Android consolidated itself as serious competition - and marketshare leader after that - one of the most heralded advantages of iOS devices to their usually cheaper Android alternatives was the solid rock stability of iOS, at the expense of user and developer's control of the environment. iOS has been up to now a safe and joyful garden with huge walls. Will costumers be willing to be inside this walls if it becomes not so safe and joyful? I don't think so, and neither do Apple, so they released tight rules for the App Store concerning the new iOS: in a few words, the apps which cannot adapt will be left out. I'm sure most developers had plenty of time to make the necessary changes with the various iOS7 betas, but it won't be surprising if a significant number of apps seem to be a little rushed out. (http://gigaom.com/2013/09/14/why-ios-7-forced-developers-to-redesign-their-apps-for-experienced-smartphone-users/) So, we're all waiting. It will be exciting? It will be frustrating? Today we'll know. This post has been promoted to an article
  10. Apple has today released an incremental update to iOS 6 for iPhone 4S users. iOS 6.1.1 addresses battery and 3G issues that some iPhone 4S users were experiencing after "upgrading" from iOS 6.0 to 6.1: an issue so widespread that Vodafone in the UK was issuing alerts to customers to avoid updating to iOS 6.1. Problems ranged from overheating to rapidly draining batteries as well as intermittent 3G performance. Note that this update is only available to iPhone 4S users: iPhone 5 users may have to wait for an update, some of whom are also reporting 3G issues on iOS 6.1.
  11. Alex Auditore

    iOS7 - discussion

    Hello. I suggest who has any Apple-devices to start a discussion about new betas of iOS on our native forum!
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