|Dec 8, 2011, 04:49 PM||#1|
'Note Taking Feature'
I would like to add a note taking feature to my recently rejected app for having 'little or no purpose'. I've tried this before but when you exit the app, the words typed do not save.
I would like for people to type but also have it saved so when they come back, they can see their notes, delete notes, and add new notes.
Please help me on how to do this!
|Dec 8, 2011, 06:01 PM||#3|
There are several 'note pad' examples out there, several books cover this as well. One of the Big Nerd Ranch examples offer a great starting point. In fact IIRC, it's almost a complete note type app by itself.
It would be nice if the notepad app on the iPhone was given to us as a source code example, it's actually a pretty nice one, better than some of the ones on the App Store.
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