Using SQLite in your IOS applications part III

In this article we introduce a new feature into the example application that was built in the last article  “Using SQLite in your IOS applications part II” that will allow us to explore different data types found in SQLite.  A photo of the contact will be added to the database. modify storyboards the first step is…

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Using SQLite in your IOS application part II

In my previous article Using “SQLite in your IOS application Part I” introduced a new sample application that utilized an IOS static library containing the latest SQLite amalgamation source code.  In the sample application, a pair of classes were created for wrapping the basic SQLite functionality into Objective-C.  These classes were used to create and open…

Using Sqlite3 in your IOS application part 1

This blog entry covers how to incorporate a SQL database into your IOS application using Sqlite.  In my previous blog entry “Building SQLite into your IOS applications”, we built a static library from the latest SQLite Amalgamation source code.  Now we will build a test application to test the library. xcode project setup For this…

Building SQLite into your IOS applications

When I first started with IOS development, I used SQLite as the main database engine for my first iPhone application, AutoXLogger.  I recently started looking at the effort involved to revive this project and update it for IOS 7.0 and beyond. The version of SQLite that ships with Xcode is quite old and it lacks many…

NPAPI plugin installation on Windows

This post is about how to take the npruntime code sample that I have blogged about and install it as a chrome extension. In this series of articles I have provided the code to build a simple NPAPI plugin.  The next steps are to register the plugin with Firefox and Google chrome so we can…

NPAPI Plugin sample for Firefox

I recently got started on a project that had a NPAPI/XPCOM component that implements a custom control to be used in a  web page to demonstrate the companies technology.  I rewrote the control to get rid of the XPCOM api which opened up the compatibility of the control to include Google chrome and other NPAPI…