What will you need to start developing iOS Apps ? well. First, you will need a Mac computer running Mac OS X 10.5 (leopard) or higher. Older versions don’t support iOS development. Second, you will need to download the latest version of Xcode from Apps Store click here to download. The iOS SDK is included with Xcode so you won’t need to download it. Finally, you will need to join iOS Developer Program. It is $99 per year click here to register . If you would like to register as a company you will need to provide some official documents.
As a blogger I take a lot of screenshots on my Mac. Today I would like to share with you three ways to take a screenshot on your Mac.
It captures a screenshot of your entire screen.
You can drag to select a portion of your screen to capture.
Command+Shift+4 , then Space , then click on a window
Click on the desired window to take a screenshot.
Here is the video tutorial for taking a screenshot on Mac
What does iOS stand for ?
iOS stands for iPhone Operating System. It is a mobile operating system developed and distributed by Apple. It released in 2007 for iPone and iPod touch . It has been extended to support other Apple’s devices like iPad and Apple TV.
What is iOS SDK ?
iOS SDK is Software Development Kit for IOS. It is a set of tools, frameworks and compilers that allow creation of iOS Apps.
What is Xcode ?
Xcode is Apple’s Integrated Development Environment (IDE). It provides tools to manage your entire development workflow such as creating, designing user interface, testing, optimizing, and shipping your iOS Apps.
What is Objective-C ?
Objective-C is an object-oriented language that uses to develop iOS Apps. You need to understand this language in order to use iOS frameworks.
The Video Editor is a free tool on Youtube that allows you to edit your own uploaded clips and others to produce a new video. With the Video Editor you can combine multiple videos and images, add soundtrack and customize clips with special tools and effects.
To access the Video Editor go to http://www.youtube.com/editor and log in to your Youtube account.
I made this tutorial to show you how to use it.
The keyboard shortcut for switching between languages in Mac OS X Lion 10.7 is Command+Space. However , when I’ve tried Command+Space. it wasn’t work for me. It showed the Spotlight window. The reason why that the shortcut didn’t work because it has already reserved for some other action. In my Mac the default shortcut for switching between two sources is CMD+Space , but I also use CMD+Space for Spotlight which has the priority.
How to set the keyboard shortcut CMD+Space to switch between languages ?