I’ve created a list of all the tutorials that are available so they can more easily be referenced .
You can view all tutorials by category at – Dapp iOS SDK Tutorials
If you are looking for support, then you can contact me at:
I check my emails every morning, so you should get a very speedy reply .
Otherwise, the following is the current list of tutorials ordered by their publish date.
- How to export Dapp projects to Xcode
- How to view PDF on iPhone using Dapp and Xcode 4
- iOS Movie Player tutorial with Xcode 4 and Dapp
- How to add an Interactive MapView to your iPhone project – Dapp + Xcode 4 iOS Tutorial
- How to Send Email – Dapp + Xcode 4 iOS Video Tutorial
- ImageView Zoom: Custom class for making your images zoomable Video Tutorial
- iPhone UIScrollView tutorial using Dapp
- Create an Augmented Reality app with Dapp and Layar Player SDK
- How to hide Navigation Controller Navigation Bars using code
- Tab Bar Controller with Dapp Video Tutorial
- Creating an advanced Hello World Xcode 4 iPhone project with Dapp video tutorial
- Updating UINavigationController Navigation Bar Tutorial
- Basic RSS Reader iPhone SDK Tutorial with Dapp
- Dapp iPhone Code Gen with Actions Preview
- Hello World iPhone SDK Tutorial with Dapp
- Create an iPhone App with Dapp Tutorial 2 – Export to code
- Create an iPhone App with Dapp Tutorial 1 – Our first mockup
Planned TutorialsA rundown of tutorials I'm planning to post on the website. Partly here so I can track what needs to be done and so my awesome users can know what tutorials are coming soon :).
|Title - Description||ETA||Status||Requested By|
A tutorial that will show you how to create a UIScrollView in code, and add a few objects to it.
|T2||Dapp Style Add New Row in TableViews Tutorial|
Showing you how I create the 'add new Design' etc. rows in TableViews within Dapp.
|T3||Hide Tab Bar Controller|
Going through the code needed to hide a Tab Bar Controller (Tab Bar) on individual pages within an app.
Showing you how to setup a UISearchBar and respond to user events in the search bar.
An sqlite tutorial showing how you can hookup Dapp to a Sqlite database, and use some basic commands.
Just to address how to add frameworks to Xcode 4, especially for users who use the MapView from Dapp.
Tutorial on how to integrate iAd into your Dapp app
|T8||Get Image from User Tutorial|
Tutorial that will take you through the steps to prompt for an image from a user, and get them to either select one from their photo library or take a photo themselves.
|T9||Background Music Tutorial|
How to put background musing into your app
Quick tutorial on how to embed video into your Dapp apps
|T11||Multi Font & Color Custom Object|
This is gonna be fun :)
|T12||Sideswipe through series of image views||10h||Colin|
We take feedback seriously and have a number of improvements we are working on.
The first improvement is Actions, which allows linking between pages. This has been completed and a preview video can be seen in our Actions Preview post.
After feedback from users, we are also working on adding guide lines to allow easier alignment of objects in View Mode, a tool for easier positioning of smaller objects and a Live Preview mode for live prototyping on the device.
We have also had members of the designer community request color palette options, which we are currently looking into.
Please feel free to contact us about any further features or improvements you would like to see in Dapp. You can easily reach us through our contact page. Watch this space for further updates.To your app success!,
The next version of Dapp will have action support. Allowing you to setup objects to react to user events, such as a button being pressed or a tableview row being selected.
Specifically, the available actions will be:
- Push: By selecting this option, you will then be able to link up your object to another Dapp page. In the code itself, a user pressing on your object will cause the linked page to be shown.
- Pop: A user pressing this object will cause the current page to slide-out, showing the previous view controller on the stack. Basically, this is the same as when you press on the ‘top-left’ arrow back button in a standard iPhone application.
- Alert View: You will be able to customise the look of an alert view that will be displayed when the user touches your object. Anything from a simple message to presenting the user with a selection of options.
- Action Sheet: An action sheet will slide up when the user selects your object. You are able to customise the title and buttons that are displayed to the user.
This is very exciting news and being able to see this code in it’s raw form should prove to be very educational for learning iPhone developers.
We are on target to submit this to the App store for review on Wednesday the 26th of May.
Action Sheet Example
Alert View Example