Yesterday we talked about how to localize the iPhone Application. For more details, please refer to iPhone – Localization. So how about the localizing the application name?
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Localization is a must in mobile application development. The article will shows you how to localize your iPhone Application in just a few steps.
1. Whenever you need a localized string in your application, use the NSLocalizedString(NSString *key, NSString *comment).
[self.label1 setText:NSLocalizedString(@"label1.text", @"Label1 in MyViewController.m")];
[self.label2 setText:NSLocalizedString(@"label2.text", @"Label2 in MyViewController.m")];
[self.label3 setText:NSLocalizedString(@"label3.text", @"Label3 in MyViewController.m")];
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I am working on the AVAudioRecorder and AVAudioPlayer. By default, the output audio is routed to the receiver instead of the iPhone speaker. In order to fulfill my requirement, i have to configure the AVAudioSession in the AppDelegate.
There are 2 ways to route the audio output to speaker.
- Overriding the output audio route
- Changing the default output audio route (iPhone OS 3.1 or above)
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In Xcode, If you want to add items to the UIToolbar, you need to create an NSArray which stores all the items and put them to the UIToolbar using the setItems method.
If you want to align one items on the left and the another one on the right. you need to create a space item in between the two button in the array. That’s just like adding a Flexible Space Bar Button Item in Interface Builder.
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Adding an application icon to your iPhone Application is simple and straight forward except you need to pay attention to the following few notes before you start working on the your app icon.
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Xcode is the IDE for developing iPhone and Mac Program. It would be much more convenient for developers if the IDE is integrated with version control tools like Subversion.
Xcode is installed with the SCM tool. The following steps show you how to checkout a project from a SVN repository in Xcode.
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Recently, I start learning the iPhone Application Development. If you want to be a iPhone Application Developer, you have to fulfill the following requirements.
- A Mac computer
- Register as iPhone Application Developer at developer.apple.com
- Download the Xcode which is your development IDE
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