Augmented Reality (AR) technology is a growing trend, and we’ll undoubtedly be seeing it used in a great many future mobile apps. So far, its hard to achieve its full potential due to limitations in the hardware and software available today, but in theory all you need to produce a simple AR app is a decent CPU, a camera, a GPS device and some clever programming. We decided to put this theory to the test and build a simple AR app.
In classic view-based iPhone application it is enough to implement view controller's
method for managing device orientation. Unfortunately it doesn't work with tab-based application. I can't guarantee that my solution is the best, but I found a simple way around.
A DropDown List control is a novelty for iOS. Cocoa framework does not support the standard DropDown List control. The aim of this article is to explain how we implemented the DropDownList control in iPad applications.
Lemberg recently developed an Intranet System for a popular mountain village resort. The idea behind the application is to facilitate communication between the resort administration and shop owners within it.
In January this year, Apple unveiled their latest 'revolutionary' device, the iPad, and so started a new ‘Pad’ arms race as many hardware manufacturers tried to come up with their own touch-screen tablet. Despite touch-screen and slate computers not being a new thing, the iPhone revolution caught the market by surprise, and at the time no one else could offer a user experience to challenge Apple. Various iPad clones have hit the market since, but none with the polish Apple provides.