My first app

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  1. rustywild macrumors newbie

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    Hello

    I show up at the forum, I'm a newbie who wants to make my own app.

    My question is this:

    I am creating an application with 3 screens, that I have it made, with
    buttons to switch from one to another.
    What I do is on the first screen that fills in some data. I have 3 txtfield, if the data matches with another (in the program) pass to the second screen pushing the button of the toolbar, in the second screene you must make
    a selection, after selection in the second screen, passes into
    the third screen and shows a result

    Buldier interface is done, but not how to enter data and
    data selection and then show results.

    may be with an "if" and "else" mix with UItoolbar? .

    Example of app:

    1 º put in textfield "50" (if it matches with data), the second screen question me 1 or 2
    if I give 1 or 2 looks for matches according to these data and the display 3 give me a
    result, several data.


    Greetings I hope you can help me
    sorry for me language
    thanks
     
  2. balamw Moderator

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    Can I attempt to paraphrase?

    You want to set up an app with three views (screens), and UItoolbar is close to what you want, but you want the transition from the first screen to the second screen to require that the input data match some rule.

    Is that the gist of it?

    If the choices for the textbox are limited/finite and not "secret" wouldn't it be easier to make that a picker so the valid choices are visible?

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  3. rustywild, Mar 9, 2011
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    rustywild thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Maybe using a "picker view" in first and second screen?

    that look like easier, but i don't know how use picker view. And i'll need 2 picker view in the fisrt screen (or make another screen), and one in the second. You make your choice and then
    with all data put the result in the third (i don't know how)

    that's good for me.

    some help?


    thanx
     
  4. balamw Moderator

    balamw

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    Give us some context.

    What is your experience level with code of any kind? How about iOS/Objective-C? Are you using any books, websites, or other resources to help you in your quest?

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  5. rustywild thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I've read this book "BecomeAnXcoder"

    and i've watch some videotutorials from youtube.
    i know that it not enough, but i have to start for something.

    if you can say me how put the tada into the picker view, that's is enough for me. i'll continue for myself, reading, testing and looking for more informations


    thank again
     
  6. balamw Moderator

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    rustywild thread starter macrumors newbie

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    i'm reading the booko of Dr. Rory Lewis about programing too.

    ok, thanx
     
  8. balamw Moderator

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    FWIW the next book up from that "Beginning iPhone 4 Development: Exploring the iOS SDK" http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/143023024X/ has a whole chapter on Tab Bars and Pickers.

    IMHO "Become an Xcoder" is quite out of date, useful still, but less so than other free resources.

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