Blog articles tagged 'ios'

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on 1/7/2014 4:47 PM
If you are in the Seattle area, come by the Microsoft campus February 13 at 7pm for a talk on creating F# iOS apps using Xamarin Studio on Mac.  Details on the group’s meetup page, here: http://www.meetup.com/FSharpSeattle/events/159071122/. For more in[...]
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on 11/29/2013 2:35 PM
The purpose of this post is to mention where the F# language, compilation and editing support in Xamarin Studio comes from and how you can contribute to this tooling (and the same for Emacs too), and is posted on behlaf of Dave Thomas, a major F# commuity[...]
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on 11/29/2013 6:35 AM
The purpose of this post is to mention where the F# language, compilation and editing support in Xamarin Studio comes from and how you can contribute to this tooling (and the same for Emacs too), and is posted on behlaf of Dave Thomas, a major F# commuity[...]
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on 11/1/2013 3:00 PM
I recently bought an iPhone 5S (this is partly why I’ve taken a short detour from the platform game – this will resume in my next post!). Once again Apple have managed to create hype around a new CPU which … Continue reading →
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on 10/21/2013 2:22 PM
So far our (1) level is fairly painful code to look at – admittedly SpriteKit and F# take something that could have been horrific and simply make it tedious. Today we change that. DSL According to Wikipedia a DSL is … Continue reading →
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on 10/18/2013 3:09 PM
If there’s one thing we can all be certain of in life, it’s death. And so the same rule must apply to our dude. It’s been good knowing you little guy. F# shines again The last few posts have been … Continue reading →
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on 10/17/2013 2:54 PM
Micro-post: Playing sound effects in SpriteKit: //Load the sound use jumpSound = SKAction.PlaySoundFileNamed("Jump.wav", true) //Play the sound scene.RunAction jumpSound Note that the File extension is important here – unlike the graphics formats loaded i[...]
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on 10/16/2013 2:09 PM
Last time we added some scrolling to out game, but our main character looks rather static. Let’s let him move like Jagger (well maybe  Cliff Richard) Animation! SpriteKit is clever. It’s possible to give SpriteKit a bunch of textures and … Continue readin[...]
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on 10/13/2013 3:09 PM
So far in this series I’ve covered how to build a largely static screen in SpriteKit. Today I’m going to cover 2 things I’m going to move our dude from left to right under force I’m going to scroll the … Continue reading →
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on 9/29/2013 8:55 AM
Only a quick post this week. Last time we looked at SpriteKit and how to add some particle emmiters to simulate a star-field and exhaust on a spaceship, this time lets look at adding some touch based input to move the spaceship around.
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