Articles tagged "Webkit"
In this post, I'll show you how you can load a webpage in a UIWebView in iOS while using a modified NSURLCache to substitute local copies of resources within the webpage for the remote copies referred to by the actual page.
In Snow Leopard, you can ask for the computer's location. Without a GPS, how accurate could that be? The answer in my case is: very accurate. In this post, I'll show you how to write a CoreLocation app for the Mac that shows the current location in Google Maps, so you can see exactly where your computer thinks it is.
Here's a tiny application that queries a webpage via HTTP, parses and searches the response and presents the results in a neatly formatted window. In essence, it's what many Dashboard widgets and iPhone apps do but I'll show you how to do it in a regular Cocoa application.
Brought to you by FuelView, an iPhone application I wrote for fetching FuelWatch information in Western Australia.