Assignment 5 - CS193P IPHONE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT SPRING...

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Assignment V: SPoT Objective In this series of assignments, you will create an application that lets users tour Stanford through photos. This first assignment is to create a navigation-based application to let users browse different categories of spots at Stanford, then click on any they are interested in to see a photo of it. The primary work to be done in this assignment is to create three UIViewController s, one for the categories of places (e.g. Classroom, Museum, Library), one for a list of places in a chosen category (e.g. Green Library, Durand, The Claw), and one to display the chosen photo. The first two will be built using UITableViewController s. All the information you need will be downloaded from Flickr.com using Flickr’s API. Be sure to check out the Hints section below! Also, check out the latest in the Evaluation section to make sure you understand what you are going to be evaluated on with this assignment. Materials • This is a completely new application, so you will not need anything (but the knowledge you gained) from your first four homework assignments. • You will need to obtain a Flickr API key . A free Flickr account is just fine (you won’t be posting photos, just querying them). CS193P IPHONE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT SPRING 2010 PAGE 1 OF 8 ASSIGNMENT V: SPOT
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Required Tasks 1. Search Flickr’s database to find all photos which have the tag “CS193p_SPoT.” A helper object is provided to query Flickr for you. 2. Your user-interface should present a tab bar with two tabs: one which lets you browse all of the photos returned in the above query (in the manner described below) and another which maintains a list of the user’s most-recently-viewed photos. 3. Your browsing tab must present a list containing all of the tags on all of the photos queried except the tags “cs193pspot,” “portrait” and “landscape” (note that Flickr tags come back all lower case with no special characters). The subtitle for each cell in this list should display how many photos have the corresponding tag. Capitalize the tags so they look a bit nicer in the list.
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