iOS 7 Development Recipes : Problem-Solution Approach

By: Grnlund, Hans-EricContributor(s): Hoffman, Joseph | Grimes, Shawn | Francis, ColinMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (803 p.)ISBN: 9781430259602Subject(s): Application software -- Development | Application software | iOS (Electronic resource) | Operating systems (Computers) | Operating systemsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: iOS 7 Development Recipes : Problem-Solution ApproachDDC classification: 005.258 LOC classification: QA76.774.I67Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents at a Glance; Introduction; Chapter 1: Application Recipes; Recipe 1-1: Setting Up a Single View Application; An Alternate Way; Recipe 1-2: Linking a Framework; Recipe 1-3: Adding a User Interface Control View; Recipe 1-4: Creating an Outlet; Recipe 1-5: Creating an Action; Recipe 1-6: Creating a Class; Recipe 1-7: Adding an Info.plist Property; Recipe 1-8: Adding a Resource File; Using the Asset Catalog; Recipe 1-9: Handling Errors; Setting Up a Framework for Error Handling; Notifying the User; Implementing Recovery Options; Recipe 1-10: Handling Exceptions
A Strategy for Handling ExceptionsSetting Up a Test Application; Intercepting Uncaught Exceptions; Reporting Errors; Adding the Button; Emailing the Report; A Final Touch; Recipe 1-11: Adding a Lite Version; Adding a Build Target; Coding for a Specific Version; Recipe 1-12: Adding Launch Images; Designing Launch Images; Launch Image Files; Summary; Chapter 2: Storyboard Recipes; So, What's in a Story (board)?; Scenes; Segues; Recipe 2-1: Implementing a Navigation Controller; Adding a New Scene to the Storyboard; Recipe 2-2: Implementing a UITableViewController; Adding a Detail View
Setting Up a Custom View ControllerUsing Cell Prototypes; Recipe 2-3: Implementing a UITabBarController; Summary; Chapter 3: Layout Recipes; Recipe 3-1: Using Auto Layout; Auto Layout Constraints; Adding Constraints Using the Control-Click and Drag Method; Adding Constraints Using the Auto Layout Issue-Resolving Menu; Adding Constraints Using the Pin Menu; Constraint Priorities; Adding a Trailing Button; Disabling Auto Layout; Using the Preview Tool; Recipe 3-2: Programming Auto Layout; Setting Up the Application; Visual Format Language; Adding Image Views
Defining the Image Views' ConstraintsRecipe 3-3: Debugging Auto Layout Code; Dealing with Ambiguous Layouts; Handling Unsatisfiability; Summary; Chapter 4: Table and Collection View Recipes; Recipe 4-1: Creating an Ungrouped Table; Setting Up the Application; Adding a Model for Countries; Displaying Data in a Table View; Considerations for Cached Cells and Reuse; Configuring the Cells; Implementing the Accessory Views; Enhanced User Interaction; Considerations for Cell View Customization; Recipe 4-2: Editing a UITableView; UITableView Row Animations; But Wait, There's More!
Recipe 4-3: Reordering a UITableViewRecipe 4-4: Creating a Grouped UITableView; Recipe 4-5: Registering a Custom Cell Class; Creating a Custom Table View Cell Class; Registering Your Cell Class; Recipe 4-6: Creating a Flag Picker Collection View; Setting Up the Application; Creating a Data Model; Building the Flag Picker; Defining the Collection View Interface; Displaying the Flag Picker; Using Auto Layout to Center the Headers; Summary; Chapter 5: Location Recipes; About Core Location; Standard and Significant Change Services; Recipe 5-1: Getting Basic Location Information
Setting Up the Application
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Contents at a Glance; Introduction; Chapter 1: Application Recipes; Recipe 1-1: Setting Up a Single View Application; An Alternate Way; Recipe 1-2: Linking a Framework; Recipe 1-3: Adding a User Interface Control View; Recipe 1-4: Creating an Outlet; Recipe 1-5: Creating an Action; Recipe 1-6: Creating a Class; Recipe 1-7: Adding an Info.plist Property; Recipe 1-8: Adding a Resource File; Using the Asset Catalog; Recipe 1-9: Handling Errors; Setting Up a Framework for Error Handling; Notifying the User; Implementing Recovery Options; Recipe 1-10: Handling Exceptions

A Strategy for Handling ExceptionsSetting Up a Test Application; Intercepting Uncaught Exceptions; Reporting Errors; Adding the Button; Emailing the Report; A Final Touch; Recipe 1-11: Adding a Lite Version; Adding a Build Target; Coding for a Specific Version; Recipe 1-12: Adding Launch Images; Designing Launch Images; Launch Image Files; Summary; Chapter 2: Storyboard Recipes; So, What's in a Story (board)?; Scenes; Segues; Recipe 2-1: Implementing a Navigation Controller; Adding a New Scene to the Storyboard; Recipe 2-2: Implementing a UITableViewController; Adding a Detail View

Setting Up a Custom View ControllerUsing Cell Prototypes; Recipe 2-3: Implementing a UITabBarController; Summary; Chapter 3: Layout Recipes; Recipe 3-1: Using Auto Layout; Auto Layout Constraints; Adding Constraints Using the Control-Click and Drag Method; Adding Constraints Using the Auto Layout Issue-Resolving Menu; Adding Constraints Using the Pin Menu; Constraint Priorities; Adding a Trailing Button; Disabling Auto Layout; Using the Preview Tool; Recipe 3-2: Programming Auto Layout; Setting Up the Application; Visual Format Language; Adding Image Views

Defining the Image Views' ConstraintsRecipe 3-3: Debugging Auto Layout Code; Dealing with Ambiguous Layouts; Handling Unsatisfiability; Summary; Chapter 4: Table and Collection View Recipes; Recipe 4-1: Creating an Ungrouped Table; Setting Up the Application; Adding a Model for Countries; Displaying Data in a Table View; Considerations for Cached Cells and Reuse; Configuring the Cells; Implementing the Accessory Views; Enhanced User Interaction; Considerations for Cell View Customization; Recipe 4-2: Editing a UITableView; UITableView Row Animations; But Wait, There's More!

Recipe 4-3: Reordering a UITableViewRecipe 4-4: Creating a Grouped UITableView; Recipe 4-5: Registering a Custom Cell Class; Creating a Custom Table View Cell Class; Registering Your Cell Class; Recipe 4-6: Creating a Flag Picker Collection View; Setting Up the Application; Creating a Data Model; Building the Flag Picker; Defining the Collection View Interface; Displaying the Flag Picker; Using Auto Layout to Center the Headers; Summary; Chapter 5: Location Recipes; About Core Location; Standard and Significant Change Services; Recipe 5-1: Getting Basic Location Information

Setting Up the Application

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Hans-Eric Gr nlund is an active iOS and other app/applications software developer who took his first coding steps on his Sord M5 home computer back in 1985, playing with Basic and Assembler, and of course the fantastic game Guttang Gottong. He received his first programming job 1990 and have stayed in the business ever since, as a developer and a manager of software projects. Creating software and writing about it is both work and hobby for him. For more about him, visit http://www.hans-eric.com/.

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