This is just magic
This is just magic
OK slightly off topic – but this is my first assignment (presentation) for my iOS rogue like/RPG game
Check out number 96 of week 96 (pure coincidence)
iOS and MAC conference
Student price around $500 for a two day conference
I am replacing my storyboards with good old fashion XIB’s to make my app compatible with pre iOS 5 devices
1. Click on your target and set the storyboard to blank
2. Create a new class that is a subclass of
UIViewController called MainViewController and make sure the create XIB is selected
3. Add the following to the existing AppDelegate.h file
@property (strong, nonatomic) MainViewController *viewController;
4.In didFinishLaunchingWithOptions in MainViewController.m
add the following:
self.window = [[UIWindow alloc] initWithFrame:[[UIScreen mainScreen] bounds]];
self.viewController = [[MainViewController alloc] initWithNibName:@”MainViewController” bundle:nil];
self.window.rootViewController = self.viewController;
And behold the new XIB starts as expected – of course I now need to extract all the UI elements out of the existing storyboard…
So I have just finished my first year of blogging and funny enough I am still going and really enjoying the blogging world. I get a lot of satisfaction from blogging about .Net and iPhone
I do however, have a couple of significant regrets I will try and fix in the near future:
1.Not enough iPhone posts – will put more effort into getting lots more iPhone dev material.
2. Not enough tutorials/sample apps – again will try to get more tutes and sample appps.
Ok so thats enough self criticism but they are the two areas I want to focus a bit more on over the next year . Big thanks to all readers and commenters, Also special thanks to my review team (used for articles/tutorials): Cath Tippett,Matty Rumble and Paul Johnston.
As for Pirates, well of course I have just come back from the national touch football championships with the ACT Pirates (OK so the fact that we didn’t win a game might look on paper like a bad result – I think it was just a case of playing too many games on the dry fields and not enough on the Pacific Ocean).
Tha Lazy landlubbers, Arggggggghhhhhh!!!!!!