From iPhone Development Wiki
Revision as of 20:15, 24 January 2011 by Dustin Howett
About this wiki
The sum of all human knowledge about iPhoneOS Development.
Ideas on what to add to this wiki
- getting started section! it is a real challenge for a beginner -- where to start? I have linked to a code project article that covers the bases, but it would make sense to create a new page here and drag all of the pertinent information from that article. ( I wrote the article, but I think it is better placed in a wiki, as the situation changes and the technology evolves, and new resources become available -- Ohmu ).
- Information regarding usage of iPhone OS Frameworks, both public and private, SpringBoard, system daemons (for hooking and hacking), and classes in applications included with the system
- Information about third-party libraries or extensions for developers (PreferenceLoader, libhide, etc.)
- Questions about development (to be answered by others; please keep questions in talk pages.)
- Links to useful information
- Links to open-source projects
- It would be very good to catalogue and link to all of the projects available on GitHub. because currently there is no real way to search through them. There is plenty of really good code out there that never sees the light of day. maybe we could have a page for that?
Why another wiki?
The iPhone Wiki seems to be more user-oriented, and this wiki specifically targets development.
What are you looking for?
- Getting Started:
- System directories:
Editing this wiki
- If you have anything at all to contribute, feel free to do so!
- An account is required to edit pages.
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