[First Release!] ~ FWViewer

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  1. ubunix

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    This is my very first application I wrote completely by myself. It's a accomplishment to me. I first started learning objective-c august 29th! I have read 50 some apple documents and stayed up long nights on the computer, just for this simple utilities. This is a semi-useful app. What it does, It displays your current firmware! Well I'm just going to leave it at that. enjoy!

    Edit: I would also like the thanks gojohhnyboi for his help and source, after all I wouldn't be developing if it wasn't for him, and Nick for giving me a few tips. THANKS!



    -ubunix​

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    congrats on the first applications. keep on learning and improve
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    congratulations on ur first app but i can just use the settings on my ipod to check the firmwires
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    Thank you, I indeed will I hope I can release a useful app before Christmas, Thats my goal!
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    Yea but can you do it with one touch?
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    good job is objective c hard at my high school we have classes for xna and im unsure if we have c++
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    Yea at first its confusing as hell, but once you learn some of concepts it becomes easier.
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    he made this app to prove that he can make something that works (and is kind of usefull cause like he said it only needs one click

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    ), this is a very good app and i cant use it but im sure it runs fine, i know i couldnt make anything near this and im pretty sure you wouldnt be able to either, there is nothing negative about this to be said u didnt need to say you can check settings, of course you can thats obvious the point is he made a working app.

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    Congrats ubinix very good first app, keep it up, hope to see some great apps comming from you.


    EDIT: didnt see how old this thread was either

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    woops :

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  9. murphmanny

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    congrats
    i guess i should start getting back at coding
    it's cool
  10. Nickll9009

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    No, he made this app to prove he can copy and paste. Look at this bit of code STRAIGHT from gojohnnyboi's FWChanger app:

    Code:
    	UIAlertSheet* sheet = [ [ UIAlertSheet alloc ] init ];
    			[ sheet setTitle: @"Current Firmware" ];
    			[ sheet setBodyText: [ NSString stringWithFormat: @"Your current firmware version is:\n\n%@(%@)", [ [ [ NSDictionary alloc ] initWithContentsOfFile: @"/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist" ] objectForKey: @"ProductVersion" ], [ [ [ NSDictionary alloc ] initWithContentsOfFile: @"/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist" ] objectForKey: @"ProductBuildVersion" ] ] ];
    			[ sheet addButtonWithTitle: @"OK" ];
    			[ sheet setDelegate: self ];
    			[ sheet popupAlertAnimated: YES ];
    Compare that with this bit of code from FWViewer:

    Code:
    	sheet = [ [ UIAlertSheet alloc ] init ];
    	[sheet setTitle: @"FWViewer 1.0" ];
    	[sheet addButtonWithTitle: @"Close" ];
    	[sheet setBodyText: [ NSString stringWithFormat: @"Firmware version:\n%@(%@)", [ [ [ NSDictionary alloc ] initWithContentsOfFile: @"/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist" ] objectForKey: @"ProductVersion" ], [ [ [ NSDictionary alloc ] initWithContentsOfFile: @"/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist" ] objectForKey: @"ProductBuildVersion" ] ] ];
    	[sheet popupAlertAnimated: TRUE ];
    	[sheet setDelegate:self];
    Now except for the title/body text, he really didn't chage ANY code.

    Learn to code, not CTRL + C / CTRL + V

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