I have found and corrected the issue affecting iOS 4.2 users in Dapp. Specifically, any changes to an on/off (boolean) setting were not being applied. The error was caused by a change in iOS 4.2 that now causes the iPhone to wait until the on/off animation is complete before applying the new isOn setting. The […]
I’ve finally managed to get my hands on an iPhone 4. Blame our lack of supply in Australia :(. I was also happy to wait as I felt that the iPhone simulator would allow me to handle testing and debugging for iPhone 4 devices. Of course, Murphy’s law stepped in and created a bug that […]
I’ve received a few bug reports about a bug that has resurfaced where the positioning and size of UI Objects is not being handled correctly. In the past, this was due to ‘International’ settings where a comma is used instead of a decimal point to show decimal places. This was corrected by making sure to […]
Hi Guys, Just found an issue when trying to run Dapp on iPhone devices running OS 3.1.3 and earlier. Thank you to the user that reported the bug. To our fellow developers out there, conditional statements on running OS 4.0 specific code is probably a good idea :). This patch is now in review with […]
Unfortunately, it seems that the latest iPad 3.2 OS is not compatible with iOS 4.0 which is what Dapp 1.2 had to be built with to support the iPhone 4 retina display. Just waiting for the Apple Event today, hopefully they announce iPad OS 4.0. If not, then I’ll have to roll back Dapp to […]
Users with non-english international settings on their iPhone may experience issues with Dapp. This can be corrected by changing international settings to english. A patch to support international languages has been submitted to Apple and should be available soon. Update: The patch is now available (Version 1.1.1) and should solve issues for our non-english users.
We have found a small issue with the code generation when exporting code from a project that has only one page or exporting code from page options. To fix this, find the following segment in the [PageName]ViewController.m file. The following example assumes a name of Page1 has been set. // Link this view controller to […]