Entries By Date: January, 2014
I'm back and ready to discuss the Core Services Layer, the Core OS Layer and Xcode.
The Core Services and Core OS layers are more fundamental and closer to the hardware than the previous 2 layers, discussed in Part1. Although not all the developers are going to use the frameworks from these layers, they are very important because the higher level frameworks interact with the hardware of the device through the low level frameworks found in Core Services and Core OS. ... read more
As of October 22, 2013, the App Store reached the 1 million apps milestone, which is quite an impressive achievement. Most of these apps have been developed with the help of the iOS SDK, the software development kit developed by Apple Inc., which provides the necessary tools and frameworks for developers. More precisely:
The iOS SDK was launched in March 6, 2008 (known as iPhone SDK), and contains the tools and resources for developing native iOS apps, by using the Objective-C programming language. ... read more
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) was first released in 1996, and it's a style sheet language that helps web developers to create websites using HTML, XHTML and other languages. Its main purpose is to separate document content such as layout, colors and fonts in order to provide web developers with more flexibility, accessibility and more control. ... read more