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Best Resources In iOS Development – July 18th 2011

Another excellent week to be an iOS developer, and some big news in the department of iOS game development with the release of  Cocos2D V1.0.0 and the opening of the Moai SDK beta to everyone.  Also some great open source libraries and tutorials were shared. If you have written a tutorial, open source library or…

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Open Source: Active Record For Core Data Library

If you’ve developed with Ruby On Rails or similar framework then you are familiar with ActiveRecord, and you are familiar with how useful ActiveRecord is.  I remember thinking how cool it was when I first played with RoR and began using ActiveRecord. For those unfamiliar with RoR here’s the Wikipedia definition for Active Record: Active…

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Open Source iOS Apps – Real iOS Source Code Examples

Welcome to the sixth iteration of the open source iPhone and iPad apps list for those seeking app source code.  For those that have seen similar listings on other sites using the exact wordings, and links below welcome to the source for the original list.  Also included are some open source iPad apps, and universal…

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Great Beginners Core Data Tutorial

Core Data is a very powerful library, and easy to use, but it’s so different from database libraries you have used in the past that it may seem frustrating and tedious when you first start using it. Fortunately, Ray Wenderlich,the creator of the Space Game Starter Kit and co-author of the Learning Cocos2D book, has written an excellent…

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Using iPhone Core Data vs. A Database

Awhile I wrote an article about using Core Data vs. SQLite.  In that article I didn’t delve into any of the technical differences about the two technologies, but just went into some of the reasons why you might want to implement one vs. the other.  I found an excellent article that covers the more technical…