NSURLConnection provides the most flexible method of downloading the contents of a URL. It provides a simple interface for creating and canceling a connection, and supports a collection ofdelegate methods that provide feedback and control of many aspects of the connection. These classes fall into five categories: URL loading, cache management, authentication and credentials, cookie storage, and protocol support.
iPhone Dev Sessions
A good iPhone app has to be simple, intuitive, responsive, and give users a compelling reason to use it. Unfortunately, there’s no recipe for how to write a simple, intuitive and compelling app. Writing a responsive app, however, is much easier.
How do you download images from the web and display them in a UITableView that scrolls smoothly and never lags? You need a multi-threaded app! Cocoa makes it easy… I’ll show you how I did it in just 40 lines of code and with no thread safe headaches…
The Google Data APIs Objective-C Client Library is a Cocoa framework that enables developers for Mac OS X and iPhone to easily write native applications using Google Data APIs.
YAML. YAML, in general, is far more readable and consise than XML is. It is used extensively in scripting languages like Ruby.
iPhone client for the Ruby on Rails on App Engine JSON provider.
Simple HTTP Rest Library for iPhone and Cocoa projects.
Makes http fun! Also, makes consuming restful web services dead easy.
This project showcases different transport formats and libraries to consume web services from an iPhone application.
Download the framework, embed it in your application, and import the JSON.h header. You’re now ready to make your application speak JSON. The framework adds categories to existing Objective-C objects for a super-simple interface, and provides classes with more flexible APIs for added control.
An easy to use wrapper around CFNetwork HTTP API, Mac OS X & iPhone.