Archive for September, 2010

MPMoviePlayerController – Then and Now

With iOS 3.2 a new class named MPMoviePlayerViewController was introduced. It completely changed the way movies were displayed all this while in the iPhone apps. MPMoviePlayerController was also changed considerably for good. This created one issue for the developers with existing apps using these classes and framework. Even if they decided to update, they still has to support users with iOS 3.1 and earlier. Here we create a Class MoviePlayer which detects users iOS version and creates appropriate object.


September 10, 2010 at 8:50 pm 1 comment


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