Top 10 questions asked by new iOS developers: I

Top 10 misconception or mysteries facing new iOS developers. Summarized from my observations and own experience. Part 1. Free app or paid app? This is a big question. Apple iTunes app store is not a freebie store (compared to many other app stores), that being said, most downloaded apps are either free or cost 99 […]

Back from Voices that matter: iPhone developer conference

#VTM_iPhone The conference was hold in Philadelphia, PA. Note there was a VTM_iPhone conference this past spring in Seattle. This is my first time attending an Apple themed conference, my first time to hear names like Omni Group, Mike Lee, which are almost like household names in Mac/iOS community. Ok, let me get to the […]

iPhone iOS dev blogs

The following are iPhone development blogs I often read. Note I used Google reader to get them. I also listed some of the blogs under “dev” category in the side bar (small). Technical iPhone development by Jeff Lamarche. Jeff is the author of the best beginners book for iPhone dev “Beginning iPhone development”. Recently I […]

Announcing iPhone app myNestEgg ~ the retirement calculator

(Update Oct-22-2010) The version 1.1 was released yesterday Oct 21, 2010. This link is the same. Release notes is attached at the iTune store description as well. (Original) iTune store link here. Product support page here. What is it (myNestEgg)? myNestEgg is a retirement (savings/income) calculator iPhone app. It runs on iOS 3.1.2 or later. […]

Check list for submit iPhone App

(Update 08-31-2010) I submitted my app myNestEgg (a retirement savings calculator) last night. Some quick thoughts on things not directly related to coding but important during submission. 1) Screenshots and icon file. Apple is very strict on those files. Icon file has to be 57×57 (in png format). “The iPhone/iPod touch screenshot must be a […]