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How to Add a Button When the View Controller is Replaced in Your iOS App

Because you may be replacing the view controller in your iOS app with a new one — albeit one from the same base class — the new view controller has no access to the button it needs to display or the popover [more…]

How to Add the Weather View Controller to Your iOS App

Here’s where the rubber meets the road. To add the Weather view controller to your iOS app— complete with a web view for displaying the weather — you need to do the following: [more…]

How to Add the Events Controller to Your iOS App

You can add the Events controller to your iOS app, which will display events that you might be interested in at your destination. Interestingly enough, for the Events controller to work properly, you’ll [more…]

How to Change the Split View Controller in Your iOS App to a Detail View Controller Relationship

You may want to delete the Detail View controller object from the iPad storyboard for our iOS app (but be sure not to delete the DetailView controller class files in the Project navigator). You’ll replace [more…]

How to Add the Custom View Controller to Your iOS App to Set Up the Weather Controller

Although you may have a view controller for your iOS app defined in the storyboard, it's a generic view controller and it's clueless about what you want to display in a view, much less the model it will [more…]

How to Set Up a WeatherController in the Main_iPad.storyboard file for Your iOS App

You should add a new custom view controller to your iOS app before you proceed to these steps. You still need to tell the storyboard that you want it to load the new custom view controller rather than [more…]

What You Need to Know to Set Up a Weather Controller for Your iOS App on the iPad and iPhone

You can add a custom view controller to your iOS app for displaying the weather, which is actually pretty easy. As is always the case, the view controller will be interacting with a view [more…]

How to Manage Links in a Web View in Your iOS App

An interesting thing about views in your iOS app that does (or can) load real web content into your app instead of using a browser — is that the links are live and users can follow those links from that [more…]

How to Add the Events Custom View Controller to Your iOS App

The Events feature actually requires that you add a number of interrelated components to each storyboard file in your iOS app. To add the EventsController [more…]

How to Set Up the EventsController in the MainStoryboard in Your iOS App

If you want to add the EventsController to your iOS app, you need to tell the storyboard to load your custom view controller (once you have the controller prepared) rather than a [more…]

How to Add and Set Up the EventPageController in the MainStoryboard in Your iOS App

You need a view controller to manage each view within the Page View controller in your iOS app. You can always add this view controller when you extend the storyboard. [more…]

How to Add the Events Class in Your iOS App

If Trip is to use an Events object in your iOS app, you had better create the class. This is a good example of how versatile programmers can be in app development. Follow these steps: [more…]

How to Add Events Support to the iPhone Storyboard in Your iOS App

The Events-related parts of storyboard file for the iPhone is simpler than the one you did in your iOS app for the iPad, because you don’t start with a Navigation controller. Check out the necessary components [more…]

How to Add the Custom View Controller for the Map Controller in Your iOS App

When an iOS app is aware of location, your movements can control the app. You can see this in the Reminders app that’s built into OS X and iOS. You can enter a reminder for a date and time, but you can [more…]

How to Set Up the Map Controller in the Main_iPad.Storyboard in Your iOS App

Once you have a custom view controller for MapController in your iOS app, you need to tell the iPad storyboard to load your custom view controller rather than a [more…]

How to Create an Outlet for the Map Controller in Your iOS App

If you want to use the MapControllerfor your iOS app, you will need an outlet. With your Map selector taken care of, it’s time to create an outlet so that [more…]

What You Should Know about MKMapView for Your iOS App

The essence of mapping in iOS is the MKMapView. It’s a UIView subclass, you can use it out of the box to create a map. You use this class as is to display map information and to manipulate the map contents [more…]

How to Show the User’s Location on a Map in Your iOS App

iOS app programmers have so many options for their projects. What about showing the user's location on the map? That’s easy! In the MapController.m file, add the code in bold to [more…]

How to Show the User’s Region on a Map in Your iOS App

What if you want your iOS app to display your user’s location in relation to where they are? Ideally, when you get to New York (or wherever), you should see a map that centers on where you are as opposed [more…]

How to Deal with Network Failure When Using Maps in Your iOS App

What if the Internet isn’t available for your special map to work on your iOS app? The Apple Human Interface Guidelines (and hopefully, common sense) say that app programmers should keep the user informed [more…]

How to Change the Map Type in Your iOS App

MapKit supports three Map types — standard, satellite, and hybrid. Depending on the functionality you need for your iOS app, you may want to change your map type. The Map type is a Map View property and [more…]

How to Create Annotations to Customize Your iOS App Map

Any object in your iOS app that conforms to the MKAnnotation protocol is an Annotation object; typically, Annotation objects are existing classes in your application’s model. The job of an Annotation object [more…]

How to Add a Current Location Button to Your iOS App

It is easy it is to add a button to the toolbar bar in your iOS app to zoom in to the current location and then back to the map region and span you’re currently displaying. [more…]

How to Fix the Status Bar in Your iOS App

Fixing the status bar is something you’ll have to address in iOS 7. It's really not difficult, but it helps to have worked with views and their settings in order to understand it. [more…]

What You Should Know about Geocoding on the iPad for iOS App Development

Converting an address to a set of map coordinates in your iOS app is called forward geocoding, whereas converting from a set of coordinates to an address is called [more…]

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