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Count It Out is a sample iPhone app (SDK version 3.0) that is intended to be a demonstration of Core Data as well as some UI controls that Apple doesn't give you out of the box (yet.)

The purpose of the app is to be a generic counting app that is useful for tracking the score of your baseball game (balls, strikes, outs, inning), the # of promo codes you have sent out for your latest and greatest iPhone app, or anything else you do in the day that requires keeping track of a running count or a countdown.

It will be up on the appstore soon as a free utility.  In the meantime if you are interested in creating iPhone apps, learning CoreData, or finding some examples of settings UI tables with more complicated controls than those that come out of the box then check out this app (and if you want to contribute, shoot me a comment or message)


Posted on Monday, December 14, 2009 2:16 PM open source | Back to top

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I am trying to get into iPhone development. Have six of the most popular books. Learning is going ok but it seems all the examples just give one piece of the puzzle.

I am hoping to find some open source app that has a bit of everything that make up a standard navigational controller app with editing and a tab bar controller for other functions like user prefernces, etc.

Any pointers on where I might find such an app. I am set up as a standard developer and want to create a simple "quote" type app but instead of quotes, useful tips on how to use a particular product (for example a 101 uses for baking soda) - that's not my app but sort of similar.

Left by Bill Mitchell on Dec 16, 2009 2:28 PM

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