This is the last post for this blog on WordPress; we’re moving it to our new home at Tumblr.

http://blog.lingonikorg.com


 

OLBTwitpicEngine used in Light Table for iPhone

OLBTwitpicEngine used in Light Table for iPhone

Today we’re releasing source code for uploading and publishing UIImages from the iPhone to Twitter, via the TwitPic web service.

OLBTwitpicEngine is a simple class that takes care of it all, including uploading the image on a separate thread to keep the UI responsive. It also posts back a message to the delegate on success, including a link to the post. The OLBTwitpicEngine class was originally developed for use in our Light Table iPhone app.

We at OLB Productions and Lingon i Korg Software Creations have benefited from open source software code for a long time, and thought it was high time to start giving back.

Consider this our first tiny contribution. Free to use anywhere and anyhow, without restriction.

Download the .zip file from here. Then read the instructions in the .m file. Or clone the public git repository at GitHub.com.


 

Light Table for iPhone ($2.99 on the iTunes App Store)

Light Table for iPhone ($2.99 on the iTunes App Store)

 

Welcome. We’re planning on using this blog to write about programming for iPhone with Cocoa Touch, as well as a bit of the ol’ Ruby on Rails.

The first contribution of source code will be a small class for sending photos to Twitter via TwitPic, name OLBTwitpicEngine, which we’re currently using in Light Table for iPhone (image above) . Later, we have some code in the pipe for local network sharing of objects (or whatever) using WiFi and Bonjour. Hopefully this will be helpful and/or interesting to someone.

For now, visit OLB Productions or Lingon i Korg Software Creations to learn more and get in touch with us for business or pleasure.

Yours etc,

Oskar Lissheim-Boethius
Founder & CEO, OLB Productions