Tricks

RSS preferences

Use the RSS pane of Safari preferences to set options for handling RSS articles. Option Description Default RSS reader (Mac only) If you downloaded a different RSS reader application, open the menu, choose select, and then select the RSS reader. You can also use the Mail application as your RSS reader. If you choose Mail,(…)

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Privacy preferences

Use the Safari privacy preferences to remove and block data that websites can use to track you. Option Description Cookies and other website data Remove All Website Data To remove all cookies, tracking information, and other information stored on your disk by websites, click this button. Websites won’t remember you after you remove their cookies(…)

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Manage information

Websites often store cookies and tracking information on your computer. Also, documents you create using websites, such as calendars or journals, are sometimes stored on your hard disk in the form of databases. Using Safari, you can view the information websites have stored, and remove any items you no longer need. Important: If you remove information(…)

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iOS web settings

iOS web settings

To change security settings From the Home screen choose Settings > Safari, then do one of the following: To enable or disable Anti-phishing, turn Fraud Warning on or off. Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to steal your personal information, such as passwords, account information, user name, and so on. A fraudulent website masquerades as a legitimate one, such as(…)

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Search Tips

Search Tips

Web history Web History offers you a log of websites you’ve visited, a timeline of your actionsand the ability to search your own online history. Try it out atwww.google.com/history. Start simple No matter what you’re looking for, our motto is “keep it simple.” Start by enteringa basic name or word. If you’re looking for a(…)

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MacSupport – Software

MacSupport – Software

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MacSupport – Hardware

MacSupport – Hardware

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MacSupport – Tips

MacSupport – Tips

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Mac Tips and Tricks

Mac Tips and Tricks

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Split View Controller

This is known as a split view controller, where there is a view controller on the left that takes up about 30% of the space, and a view controller on the right that takes up 70% of the screen estate. In portrait mode, there is a button to tap which brings up a view controller(…)

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UITouch

Let’s have a look at touchesBegan. When touchesBegan is called, it returns an event. We can call allTouches to get the touches and then locate the first touch. Each touch has many properties, including tapCount, timeStamp and the view it was contained in. We can manipulate these to create whatever desired action we want. Touches-(void)(…)

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MapKit

CoreLocationCLLocation represents a point or vector and can be detected by several methods (GPS, Wi-Fi, Cell Towers). Of course, it uses Skyhook technology to retrieve accurate location results. Each CLLocation consists of properties such as the coordinate itself, altitude and timestamp. CLLocationManagerThere is a manager for all our CLLocations, and it helps to start or(…)

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Webkit

Webkit. Webkit is predominantly used in most apps, and is used for displaying webpages within your own app, without leaving the app to go to Safari to view a site. WebKit includes UIWebView, which is used for displaying web content. It can take in HTML, MIME + data, or a URL. UIWebView//Load data– (void)loadHTMLString:(NSString *)string(…)

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Accelerator

The accelerator in the iPhone and iPad can tell you the device orientation. But before that, we need to understand the two types of orientation: device orientation and interface orientation. The device orientation can be portrait, landscape, faceUp, faceDown, and so on. It reflects how the iPhone or iPad itself is currently positioned. The interface(…)

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UIImagePickerController

Let’s dive into the hardware of the iPhone and iPad, both of which now have a camera. UIImagePickerController The default use of a camera in iOS applications is the UIImagePickerController. You can take pictures from the Photo Library, Saved Photos, or Camera itself. There are certain steps you need to take when you want to(…)

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Web Services XML or JSON

Most web services are exposed via RESTful interfaces such as XML or JSON. XMLXML looks like this. Basically it starts off with the version number, and then a dictionary or array within. This dictionary or array can contain even more dictionaries and arrays or any other objects. The next thing we have to do is(…)

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NSUserDefaults

There are a few ways we can persist data on the iPhone. The first one is to store data securely. We can make use of the Keychain framework that Apple has provided.NSUserDefaults is another way of storing data, but for non-sensitive info such as user settings which do not need to be encrypted. NSUserDefaults will(…)

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ScreenCast Online

ScreenCast Online

  Learn all about the new features introduced with Mountain Lion and iCloud as well as regular up to date tutorials all about the Mac and OSX. In addition, we have tutorials on some of Apple’s leading applications including iLife, iWork, Aperture, iBooks Author and more…ScreenCastsOnline

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