You may think that video composition should be limited to applications like iMovie or Vimeo so you can consider this subject, at least from the point of view of the developer, to be limited to a niche of video experts. Instead it can be extended to a broader range of applications, not essentially limited to practical video editing. In this blog I will provide an overview of the AV Foundation framework applied on a practical example.
iPhone5 has a larger screen than its predecessors. Developers iOS6 must support resolutions of 640 x 1136 px instead of 640 x 960 px pf iPhone4.
But even in this case if you follow the logic Apple work to be done is not at all complicated.
i3Factory has developed and published on behalf of ISNART and the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and Unioncamere, on the Apple App store and Android quieted interesting and useful application application:
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Recently in some app, we have significantly reduced the size of the IPA file that we send to Apple.
We develope an app with a lot of graphic content an we have reduced about 60% the size of the packet sent to Apple, the so-called bundle file.
Normally developers do not have Photoshop and aren’t design guru and, in general, certainly hate to redo their work to meet the needs of the expert designers.
So we decided to report a infographic guide designed for designers who want to make App for IOS and help send the correct files for the developer.
Subscriptions are a rather new concept. They have been initially introduced with iOS 4 but their support has been greatly improved by Apple after a long discussion taken with publishers in order to build a business model acceptable for everybody. In particular the subscription concept has been enlarged by adding auto-renewable subscriptions and with the introduction of Newsstand – and its concept of issues auto-download – also free subcriptions have been added.
The final technique is something that is emerging now, especially thanks to the great improvements in term of stability and speed introduced by the latest version of iOS for the in-app web views. A couple of good examples of this approach are the Ars Technica app and the Bloomberg Businessweek+ magazine.
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This technique is heavily used inside the highly interactive magazines published using the Adobe Digital Solutions environment: well known examples are the Condé Nast magazines (Wired is one of the most famous examples).
The way these magazines are implemented starts with the well known suite of Adobe Digital Publishing tools, In Design in primis. These tools are used by many publishers around the world and the latest versions offer the pos sibility to export the project, other than in the ubiquitous pdf format, in a package suited for distribution through iPad.