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** [[PreferenceBundles]] • [[Carrier Bundles]] • [[Internet Plug-Ins]] • '''''[[Template:Navbox_Library|more »]]'''''
** [[PreferenceBundles]] • [[Carrier Bundles]] • [[Internet Plug-Ins]] • '''''[[Template:Navbox_Library|more »]]'''''
* '''Development''':
* '''Development''':
** [[Xcode#Developing_without_Provisioning_Profile|Bypass Provisioning Profile]] • [[debugserver|Remote debugging]] • [[SSH_Over_USB|SSH over USB without official tethering support]]
** [[Xcode#Developing_without_Provisioning_Profile|Bypass Provisioning Profile]] • [[debugserver|Remote debugging]] • [[SSH_Over_USB|SSH over USB without official tethering support]] • [[Jailbreak Development Tools]]
* '''Hardware''':
* '''Hardware''':

Revision as of 17:01, 8 October 2010

About this wiki

The sum of all human[1] knowledge about iPhoneOS Development.

Ideas on what to add to this wiki

  • Information regarding usage of iPhone OS Frameworks, both public and private, SpringBoard, system daemons (for hooking and hacking), and classes in applications included with the system
  • Information about third-party libraries or extensions for developers (PreferenceLoader, libhide, etc.)
  • Questions about development (to be answered by others; please keep questions in talk pages.)
  • Links to useful information
  • Links to open-source projects

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