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In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a simple, multi-player game using the Multipeer Connectivity framework that was introduced in iOS 7. In the first installment of this series, we laid the foundation of the game. In this article, we’ll implement the game logic. Read the full tutorial on MobileTuts+

As with every major release, iOS 7 includes many new APIs that developers can take advantage of in their applications. In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at a brand new framework introduced in iOS 7, the Multipeer Connectivity framework. This framework adds support for discovering, connecting to, and communicating with nearby services, such as iOS devices. In this tutorial,

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Welcome to the third and last part of this session, where we’ve created some useful custom views. We’ve implemented a custom text input view, a custom accordion menu, and now we’re going to build a simple custom alert view. Read on! The custom Alert View is going to be an alternative, simple, and nice alert view that will serve our

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This tutorial will teach you how to create a custom Accordion Menu. This animated menu will allow you to collect input from the user in an engaging and streamlined fashion. Read on to learn more! The accordion menu’s initial position will be at the center of the target view it appears on. When the menu appears, half of it will

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 Developing an amazing application is not a simple job. Traditionally, one of the most difficult aspects of doing so has been creating rich, compelling interfaces. This tutorial will teach you how to build a custom text input view that will help make your own apps shine! This tutorial is the first in a collection on building custom interface elements. In

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Multi-tasking prevents apps from freezing. In most programming languages, achieving this is a bit tricky, but the NSOperationQueue class in iOS makes it easy! This tutorial will demonstrate how to use the NSOperationQueue class. An NSOperationQueue object is a queue that handles objects of the NSOperation class type. An NSOperation object, simply phrased, represents a single task, including both the

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