This is the second part of the UITableView tutorial series. This tutorial shows how to set up editing of a table, how to add buttons to the navigation bar of the navigation controller, and how to update your table to show any new data that is added to your content array.
Source code for the tutorial can be downloaded from http://austinbull.com/tutorials/tutorial4b.zip
A continuation of BASIC Movement (Screencast 1). Again, this is pretty beginner stuff so if you're already an expert on C-F,C-B,C-U,C-D, M, L, H, gg, G, *, #, g*, g#, / and ? you might want to skip this one. :)
This tutorial shows how to deploy a web2py app on the Google appengine. Please notice that: 1) this is experimental stuff; 2) the google appengine query language is very limited and it only supports a subset of the ORM functionality normally supported by web2py with SQLite,MySQL,PostgreSQL and Oracle; 3) sessions, tickets, cache, file upload and administrative interface will not run on the appengine because it does not allow write on the filesystem.
Are you interested in HTML 5 and what's coming down the pipeline but haven't had time to read any articles yet? I've put together an educational "Introduction to HTML 5" video that goes over many of the major aspects of this new standard, including:
* Web vector graphics with the Canvas tag and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
* The Geolocation API
* HTML 5 Video
* The HTML 5 Database and Application Cache
* Web workers
The video is chock full of demos and sample source code.
(Note to moderators: HTML 5 is a public open web standard. I'm helping to educate web developers and raise awareness of this open web standard).