Learn Android Development Online – Part 1

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iOS 7 mobile substrate not functioning?

Question by Vassily: iOS 7 mobile substrate not functioning?
I jailbreaked my iphone 5 recently. Installed some tweaks that are working under ios7 (activator beta for ios7, swipeselection, and browserchooser). After a while, the tweaks stopped functioning (and they are not visible in the settings app). After some research, I realized that this malfunctioning was due to the “mobile substrate” that is not working.
What should I do? Wait for the update that evasion is working on? Or restore my iphone and rejailbreak it?

Best answer:

Answer by Sam
Both Saurik and the Evad3rs team announced that Mobile Substrate is not (currently) working on iOS 7. The Evad3rs team released the jailbreak without giving Saurik time to prepare either Mobile Substrate or Cydia.

Mobile Substrate is a development layer and safety net that is required to run tweaks on Jailbroken devices. Without Mobile Substrate, tweaks will not work – and if they do, they’re extremely UNSTABLE.

On December 24 at around 8:00 AM EST, Saurik released an update to Cydia for iOS 7. As of the 24th, Cydia 1.1.9 is the latest version of Cydia which is iOS 7 compatible. In the release notes, Saurik said that “he needed to get [Cydia] out so he could move onto Substrate development…” This release only happened a few days after the initial iOS 7 jailbreak was announced. Therefore, I would guess that mobile substrate won’t be too far behind. You can probably expect to see a mobile substrate update by January 1, 2014 (or earlier – maybe even a week).

What should you do? I think the best thing to do is to wait it out. A mobile substrate update is on its way and should be here soon. It’d just be more trouble to rejailbreak later. Besides, Cydia has more than just tweaks! Jailbreak apps, mobile terminal, SSH, and things like that all still work (if they’re updated for iOS 7). You can also search Google for a list of “iOS 7 compatible jailbreak tweaks /apps”

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Q&A: I want to program java and ios apps?

Question by Chris: I want to program java and ios apps?
Can anyone tell me all the info i need and anything i need to download what languages i’ll have to learn,etc. thanks(:

Oh also i’m 14

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Answer by Augustus
I am pretty sure I answered you last question on java, stop spamming the same question and just wait to see when people answer and since I answered your last one on java you may aswell go and read it.

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Stanford University Developing iOS 7 Apps: Lecture 1 Class Logistics, Overview of iOS,

Stanford University Developing iOS 7 Apps: Lecture 1  Class Logistics, Overview of iOS,

This is the first lecture of the course as it was published by Stanford University. It has Creative Commons rights.
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Q&A: What languages do i need to learn for ios phone app development?

Question by global imrc: What languages do i need to learn for ios phone app development?
I don’t know anything in computer programming but i do have a great idea for an app that i’ve heard hundreds of positive responses to my idea. I have always wanted to learn how to create something that will impact a lot of people positively. I’m ready to learn now but i don’t know where to start. I know i’ll need to know how to use cocoa touch written in objective-c using X-code 5.0.2. Where do i start? I’ve heard of HTML, CSS, PHP, Ruby on Rails, C, C++ and then Objective C. Do i have to learn all those languages before i start learning Objective C? Where do i start since this will be a self-learning no classroom experience? Also, do i have to learn to use something prior to Cocoa to understand Cocoa touch?
I also heard of Object oriented Programming (oop)

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Answer by Stephen
Objective C

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iOS Application Development – Lecture 1 – Part 1

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iOS Development: Introduction to XCode!

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Q&A: Android, Allow mock locations?

Question by Marvin: Android, Allow mock locations?
In my Droid settings, under “Development” (app development), there is a box I can either check or uncheck and next to the box is “allow mock locations”… would someone please explain in short what this option is for or what it does and how I may benefit from using it?
Thx

Best answer:

Answer by R T
Many Android apps use the phone’s location. If you are writing (developing) your own app and testing it, you likely would like to try different locations to test that your app works as expected. This option allows you to feed your apps different location information without actually traveling to that location.

If you don’t test apps, then it’s not really all that useful to you.

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iOS Programming Course 2012 – Lecture 1 iOS (Objective-C Primer)

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The Future of Android Development

Here at XDA, we love Android. We love our Android Apps. We love the developers that create awesome, apps, hacks, ROMs and kernels for our Android. However, t…
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Get the Code: http://goo.gl/NJDWv In this part of my Android Development Tutorial, I will build an Android user interface. I cover how to do numerous things:…
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Android Development for Beginners

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