Jurassic App - Photo Decoration Universal iOS App

Jurassic App - Photo Decoration Universal iOS App

Released 4 years ago , Last update 4 years ago

The source and tutorial of Jurassic App, a photo decoration app available on the appstore.

Jurassic App - Photo Decoration App

Jurassic App is a “Universal” kind of app, compatible with iPhone and iPad when iOS is identical or greater than 7.0, developed with Xcode 5.0.2 uses two different Storyboards, one for iPhone and one for iPad.

You can add some other dinosaurs purchasing “Baby Dinosaurs” adding set through “In-app purchase”. The app is available on iTunes Store for free.

The version for free contains 9 dinosaurs of the following species:

  • T-Rex
  • Pterodactyl
  • Triceratops
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$39.99

Application License

  • Perpetual license

  • 1 application

  • Can distribute binary products only

  • Commercial use

Main Functions

  • App Universal, iPhone and iPad with two different storyboards
  • In-App Purchase (Buy & Restore)
  • iAd on two views blocked in case of purchase
  • Access to device camera
  • Access to device photo library
  • Interaction on UIImage View, Drag, Pan and Pinch Gesture on the dinosaur added in the photo
  • Photo saving inside an album specifically created
  • Image sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Mail and Messages
  • In-App Purchase (creation of set on iTunesConnect & Test)

Ebook PDF included

Ebook included in the project explains the function of each class of the project.

It 'a chapter dedicated to the creation of a package iTunesConnect In-App Purchase

Some excerpts from pdf :

The app is made up of six classes, each with its own specific function: ViewController, that introduces the app to the device on which it has been installed, is the class from which all app features start (take a new photo, library photo selecting, purchase through In-App Purchase), and it has also got an iAd banner at the bottom part.

BabyViewController, from here you can buy through In-app Purchase the other 9 dinosaur puppies that complete the app. As expected, in this view the purchase “restore” is also managed. We have a UIScrollView showing all 9 puppies presented in the set PhotoController, the app heart, from here you can add the dinosaurs to the photo selected from the library or already taken. Once you have selected the kind of dinosaur, you can rotate, zoom and obviously move it in the scene. When you have chosen the position you like the most, we can save the whole. At the bottom part there is an iAd banner.

RiepilogoViewController, from here you  can see the photo modified like it has been saved on the device, and we can share it on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Mail and Messages. Once you have finished this step, you have to go back to the main menu represented by ViewController class. IAPHelper & BabyDinosaurs, they manage In-App Purchase
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  • КВ Костенко Виктор License holderApplication License
    Purchased on Apr 16, 2014
    4 years ago
    Thank you! You, too!
  • КВ Костенко Виктор License holderApplication License
    Purchased on Apr 16, 2014
    4 years ago
    Hi! Before I left your feedback and 5 stars on the application!!!!! I just want to say thank you again for your support and help!!! My application was accepted into the App store without problems)) thanks a lot!!!
  • SK Shane Kittelson License holderApplication License
    Purchased on Apr 16, 2014
    4 years ago
    How do I change the title "Baby Dinosaurs" in the in-app purchase screen? I thought it was the //Set Title line of code in BabyViewController.m, but it isn't changing.
    • Giorgio Minissale Publisher 4 years ago
      To change the title, go on storyboard file's (Main_iPhone and Main_iPad) and look for the "Baby-View-Controller". Double click on the title of the view and you can change it.
    • SK Shane Kittelson 4 years ago
      Awesome, thanks Giorgio! Is there anything that needs to be done with iAD (such as add my ID)? I toggled iAD for this app in iTunes Connect, just wondering if there was an ID I need to change within the code itself. Thanks for all your help!
    • Giorgio Minissale Publisher 4 years ago
      No, for "iAd" do not need to set ID, just enable it in iTunes from the panel of the app.