Let's stay with the iLifeMediaBrowser.framework, which we looked at last time. Previously, I showed how to use Apple's built-in media browser using virtually no code. Following on from that, a number of folks have asked me if it's possible to use classes in the iLifeMediaBrowser library to access your iTunes library without …
Uh, 1,600 songs isn't very many at all, really.
Really what should happen is that the browser should be displayed if it's still loading but a timer has expired, letting it continue to fill without delaying the user further.
Nice article. Thanks! I'd like to see more like this on El reg.
Guess what -- Proof of Concept or Fully functional Application?
>Really what should happen is that the
writer of the first post could have posted the code to do that himself. If not, use the words 'please' in that sentence and someone else might ;-)
Of equal importance?
shows that both 8 and 16 Gig versions of iPhone are not available (?)
RE: 1600 songs?
> Uh, 1,600 songs isn't very many at all, really.
Yeah, I knew I'd get some stick for saying that! I know my iTunes collection is pathetically small compared to that of some folks!! :-)
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