1. Application Runtime
Core Architecture and Life-cycles
2. What’s in a bundle?
The resources in an app bundle
3. Customizing Behavior
How does it launch? IPC?
4. Relation with Tools
How do we get the app on the phone?
iPhone and iPod touch are designed to easily integrate with your enterprise systems including Microsoft Exchange 2003 and 2007, 802.1X-based secure wireless networks, and Cisco IPSec virtual private networks. As with any enterprise solution, good planning and an understanding of your deployment options make deployment easier and more efficient for you and your users.
Welcome to the iPhone Developer Program, your destination for all the resources you need to develop, test and distribute your OS X iPhone applications. The iPhone Dev Center and Program Portal are designed to walk you through each step necessary to get your application from code to customer.
Using the Library in your Project
The library can be used in two ways:
1.Import the binary as a static library
2.Embed the source directly
This document provides developer-level information about features that were introduced in different versions of iPhone OS. This document is not intended as a complete list of features for each new version of iPhone OS. Instead, it focuses on those features that affect the creation of third-party iPhone applications, providing overviews of each feature along with insight as to how and when you might use them to create your own software. Wherever possible, this document also provides links to other Apple conceptual and reference documentation for that feature.