In this second part of the tutorial, you will implement a portion of the editing capabilities of your level editor. You’ll work through adding popup menus, dynamically positioning and sizing your objects on screen, and much more.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a level editor for the Cut the Rope clone that was previously covered on this site. Using the level editor you can easily make new levels. All you have to do is drag and drop the ropes and pineapples to where you like them.
AVFoundation is the framework in iOS that lets you perform video editing. Add overlays and animations to your videos in this AVFoundation tutorial!
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed or follow me on Twitter. Thanks for visiting!Beginning with iOS 4, you can design your apps to stay suspended in memory when users push the home button. Even though the app is in memory, its operations are paused until the user starts […]
This is the 2nd post by iOS Tutorial Team Member Linda Burke, an indie iOS developer and the founder of canApps. If you are a software developer skilled in another platform, but want to start learning iPhone development (and hence Objective-C) – this is the tutorial series for you! This tutorial picks up where the […]
In this second and final part of the series, you will learn more about sine and cosine and see some other useful ways to put the power of trig to work in your games.
Learn Trigonometry for Game Programming in this 2-part tutorial series, where you’ll learn the theory and then practice by making a space shooter game!
Just because Apple didn’t announce anything this month, that didn’t stop you guys! There were a ton of apps submitted this month. Keep reading for some app reviews for awesome apps made by your fellow readers!
This tutorial is for those who want to learn more about how electronics (like buttons) work. You’ll use an open-source micro-controller called the Arduino to make a LED light turn on and off.
In this tutorial, you will learn the Core Graphics drawing model and how it dictates the order in the order that you draw your shapes. You’ll also learn how to draw Quadratic and Bezier curves as well as applying transforms to existing shapes. Finally, you’ll use Core Graphics layers to clone your drawings with the ease and style of a James Bond super-villian.
In this Core Graphics tutorial, you’re going to learn how to recreate a “grip” background pattern that is popular in many apps today. You know you’ve seen it out there – and you must admit, it looks pretty cool!
In this Core Graphics tutorial, you’re going to tackle a different practical example – how to customize a UIButton. In the process, you’ll learn how to draw rounded rects, how to easily tint your Core Graphics drawings, and reinforce some of the concepts you’ve already covered.
In this article, you’ll finally finish up your table view by adding the footer, and adding some finishing touches. You’ll also learn about drawing arcs and working more with clipping and paths along the way!
In this article, you’ll move on to customizing the header for the table. Along the way, you’ll solidify some of your existing knowledge, and learn how to draw shadows and gloss effects!