Going the Routesy Way with Core Location, XML, and SQLite

  • Steven Peterson


when I began writing Routesy, an application that allows San Francisco commuters to find out when the next bus will arrive, the dream of becoming a published iPhone software developer was the last thing on my mind. By the time Apple announced the iPhone SDK, I had already integrated the iPhone into my daily routine and was no longer hauling around an iPod and a separate phone in my pocket. The SDK convinced me that the iPhone is a device with unlimited potential, and I was determined to find a way to make my iPhone even more useful. Long before I ever even imagined that I might be selling downloadable software in the App Store, I was trying to figure out how to efficiently make my phone help me find the nearest bus and tell me when it would arrive.


Core Location Table Cell XPath Query Prediction Table Table View 
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© Gary Bennett, Wolfgang Ante, Mike Ash, Benjamin Jackson, Neil Mix, Steven Peterson, Matthew “Canis” Rosenfeld 2009

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steven Peterson
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  1. 1.PixelcupSan Francisco

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