This mobile application constitutes an important part of this project since it is directly related to the radiation mapping visualisation. Up until now the radiation mapping is a procedure which is conducted offline. To illustrate, the operator could carry a hand held measurement device that stores the data in a SD memory card. Upon the
The teleoperation application is a prototype of a fully working application yet has not optimised in areas such as functionality and appearance to be commercially available. The application consists of three main screens. The first screen appears when the application is loaded as the central hub (fig.1). From this point, the operator has a complete
One of the popular and traditional methods of tele-operating a quad copter is using a Remote Control (RC). It is a well-established and tested method, which has its origin before the era of the UAV. Nowadays, advanced UAVs are equipped with many sensors and specific purpose equipment such as cameras or radiation spectrometers. An alternative
In the first part, Getting xml data from a web service (Part 1 – AFNetworking 101), we managed to get the raw xml data from a web service using the AFNetworking library. RaptureXML is a simple, block-based XML library for the iOS platform that provides an expressive API that makes XML processing easy! The procedure to install
Let’s say that me app creates temporarily pdf and png files on Documents folder of the app. It’s good manners to delete the files when your app terminates or go to the background (it depends). Let’s see a chunk of code that do the job Enjoy!
Hmm…how may fonts can I use and how they looks like? Answer simple: iOS Fonts here.
It’s better to have a multilingual app…is it right? Ok, in iOS everything is set up. You can follow Albert’s Mata enlightening tutorial “Introduction to internationalization using storyboards on iSO 5”. Enjoy…thanks Albert
For those who attend Stanford C193P iPhone development Lectures a useful list with all the walkthroughs and assignment is here. Notice that is about 2009 lectures.