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iPhone FBConnect: Facebook Connect Tutorial

Now a days social networking websites like facebook are becoming very popular, so integrating facebook with app has become a necessity to make you application popular. We are going to do the same through this tutorial. The Facebook Connect SDK provides code which third-party developers can embed into their applications to connect to their Facebook accounts and exchange information with iPhone apps. It’s a way of embedding “social context” to an iPhone app, according to Facebook.
Create a Viewbased Application with name ‘FacebookAPI’.
Prerequisite:
1.Download Facebook Connect for iPhone SDK (http://svn.facebook.com/svnroot/platform/clients/packages/fbconnect-iphone.zip)
Just go through the project. In particular, the “Connect” sample project. Sample Project gives demo of some of the functionality.
1.1.Open src/FBConnect.xcodeproj from SDK that you downloaded, and your own project as well.
1.2.Drag n drop FBConnect group. Make sure “Copy items into destination group folder” is NOT …

Best 23 Open Source iPhone Apps & Source Code

Best 23 Open Source iPhone Apps & Source Code

The iPhone platform now has more than 100,000 apps, and they're almost all available through the iTunes App Store. That's an amazing rate of growth, and it shows how rich the iPhone platform is for developers. Of course, this list can't possibly be comprehensive. If you're comfortable with having everyone know where you are at all times, go ahead and try those apps out, too. Here, though, are my first favorites.

1. Diceshaker - little dice-rolling utility for your roleplaying sessions and board games. It's designed to be simple, uncluttered and easy to use. source code 2.  Last.fm - Listen to more than 5 million tracks for free with Last.fm on your iPhone. Create personal radio stations based on any artist or genres, and listen to commercial free music for hours. With Last.fm on the iPhone you can also check out artist bios and concert information and share your favourite tracks with your friends using the …

iPhone / Objective C Learning

Objective C Learning:Calling Methods
To get started as quickly as possible, let's look at
some simple examples. The basic syntax for calling a method on an
object is this:

[object method];
[object methodWithInput:input];
Methods can return a value:

output = [object methodWithOutput];
output = [object methodWithInputAndOutput:input];
You can call methods on classes too, which is how you create objects. In the
example below, we call the string method on the NSString class, which
returns a new NSString object:

id myObject = [NSString string];
The id type means that the myObject variable can refer to any kind of object,
so the actual class and the methods it implements aren't known when you compile the app.

In this example, it's obvious the object type will be an NSString, so we can change the type:
NSString* myString = [NSString string];


This is now an NSString variable, so the compiler will warn us if we try to use
a method on this object which NSString doesn't support.

Notice that there&#…