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MySchool
Resources

http://iphone.timefold.com/training/myschool/resources.html

Pages from the MySchool Course:

  • Course Start Page
    This is where the course begins.

  • Configuration Start Page
    This is the page with a list of suggestions for web pages you might want to configure into your MySchool application. It also has a few ideas for ways to get images.

  • Hexidecimal Conversion Page
    This page shows you how to convert two-digit hexidecimal numbers into decimal numbers, so that you can specify foreground and background colors.

  • Ad Hoc Distribution Start Page
    This is the page with a list of todo items before you begin module 2, where you learn how to distribute your MySchool application with Ad-Hoc distribution.

  • Get My Identifier Page
    A page you can share with your friends so that they can learn how to send you their device identifier which you'll need if you want to send them your MySchool application.

  • Ad Hoc Installation Page
    A page you can share with your friends so that they can learn how to use the .zip file you'll send them with your application and ad hoc distribution profile.

  • Memory Management Tips
    This page presents a simple summary of tips for memory management. It isn't a substitute for a thorough understanding, but it can help guide your learning about memory management topics.

Useful Documents from Apple:

Other software that may be of interest to you:

  • GIMP on OS X
    GIMP is a free "Graphic Image Manipulation System" that is roughly equivalent to PhotoShop. In fact, PhotoShop is still superior to GIMP and is arguably easier to use as well.

  • Grab
    You'll find Grab in the Applications-->Utilities folder. Grab allows you to, among other things, select an area of your screen and save it as a new image. It saves images in TIFF format, but you can convert images to other formats using the Preview application (see below).

  • Preview
    You'll find Preview in the Applications folder. Preview allows you to see images in any format (png, jpg, gif, tiff, etc.) and it allows you to save an image in any of the formats it can view. So, you can use it to convert a png image to a jpg, or a tiff to a png, etc.