Nov 07

Peddle has introduced support for all iOS 7 notifications and released Peddle SDK 2.0 with new APIs. The online announcement says that there are”over 190,000 Pebbles on wrists everywhere” and that they have build “built strong retail partnerships with Best Buy and AT&T”. They also write that Pebble is now fully integrated with iOS 7 and works seamlessly with Notification Center. This means that any notifications you’ve enabled in Notification Center on your iOS 7 device will appear on your Pebble. » Peddle iOS 7 Notifications Support and Pebble SDK 2.0

Apr 14

Pebble, the e-paper smart watch that can be used in combination with iOS devices, now has an official public SDK available for iOS developers.

Your patience has been rewarded…you have a brand new Pebble Smartwatch in your hands. And, of course, now you want to make it do your bidding. This developer documentation will show you how to create your own functionality for a Pebble Smartwatch.

Right now, the SDK is limited to creating different watch faces and does not support the creation of standard apps, but the Pebble website says that a Sports SDK will be added soon, allowing developers to incorporate Runkeeper-style features. » Developers Get Access To Official Pebble Watchface SDK

Sep 29

Apple just released iTunes 10.1 Beta and the second Beta of iOS 4.2 (build 8C5101c) to developers. You can download iOS 4.2 on Apple’s developer site with a filesize of 521MB for all devices. On of the new features of iOS 4.2 Beta 2 is the new multitasking animation when switching through the apps, as shown in the movie below. » iOS 4.2 Beta 2 and iTunes 10.1 Beta Released to Developers

Aug 03

iOS 4.1 Beta 3
Only 5 days after Apple released iOS 4.1 Beta 2, Apple already released Beta 3 for developers. There is not much known about new features in this new Beta, all we know now is that there is actually something removed. The Game Center isn’t any longer available in the older iDevices “iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 2G”, probably because of some performance issues. The reason Apple released Beta 3 only 5 days after the release of Beta 2 can be that Apple is almost ready to release iOS 4.1 to the public very soon.

Jul 16

iOS 4.1 for developers
Apple has just released a new iOS beta for developers, the first beta of iOS 4.1. They also released the software development kit (SDK) to all developers. There is not known what kind of changes or new features has been added to iOS 4 or the SDK, so if you are a developer please let us know what new features, bug fixes, etc you noticed.

Aug 28

Bing-Logo-White-249x193Microsoft has posted the Bing iPhone and Mac OS X SDK for developers to utilize, according to a post on the Bing Community Blog.

The Bing iPhone and Mac SDK is available for download on CodePlex, open source under the Microsoft Public License (MS-PL).

» Microsoft Offers Bing SDK To iPhone Developers

Jul 16

iphone-sdk I  run into some videos on youtube, showing how to create applications for the  iPhone.

I thought it would be cool to share these tutorials about creating basic stuff like button actions, text and calculations for the iPhone, using SDK.

Scroll down to see these 2 tutorials.

» iPhone SDK Tutorial

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