Update: November 2017
Because of the latest changes by Apple in iOS 11, most of my apps no longer work.
My apps have always been free, and I do not have the time or enthusiasm and even the require Mac hardware needed to modify what were fully working apps until iOS 11.
So I’ve taken the decision to remove them all from the App store and its unlikely that I will be writing more Apple only Apps using XCode.
My latest App, called Personal Wiki is now in the iTunes App Store
Personal Wiki lets you create your own Wiki’s and store them in your iPad.
Its a great way to capture your thoughts and ideas digitally, store information, and mange information.
You can dump thoughts, connect thoughts, and track your thoughts…
Catch everything that buzzes round your head when you take on a big project, like moving house, planning a celebration, or researching your next holiday.
Use it as a personal knowledge database. How do I change a car tyre again? What is the name of the book my friend just recommended? What was that great idea I had for a novel?
Your Personal Wiki files are stored inside the iPad, so you can access them any time, even if you are offline (with some limitations).
On your Wiki pages you can :
• Type text
• Link from text to make new pages by selecting the text and tapping the link button
• Navigate from page to page by touching the Pages button and selecting from the drop down menu
• Link from text to existing pages you’ve already created
• Paste text and photos from other apps, e.g. Safari
• Make links to external websites by typing in the web address, e.g. www.apple.com
• Change the text size and style
• Change paragraph alignment and formatting
• Insert lists
• Insert section dividers
• Insert photos, in four sizes: thumbnail, small, medium and large
Wiki pages are displayed and edited using the UIWebView component.
The main screen, “My Wiki” uses AQGridView to display the cells.
The file type tw1 (for Personal Wiki, format 1) is registered by the App, so that incoming files from either an email or downloaded from the web are directed to the App, which then imports the file.