By Svein O. Hallsteinsen (auth.), Reidar Conradi, Tor M. Didriksen, Dag H. Wanvik (eds.)
This e-book offers the revised model of 7 tutorials given on the NETWORKING 2002 convention in Pisa, Italy in might 2002. the teachers current a coherent view of the middle matters within the following components: - peer-to-peer computing and communications - cellular computing middleware - community safety within the multicast framework - categorizing computing resources in accordance with communique styles - comments on ad-hoc networking - communique via digital applied sciences - optical networks
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These files are edited graphically in Xcode to define the user interface. The iPad and iPhone have different-sized screens and therefore benefit from different user interfaces. The OpenGLES_Ch2_1 example automatically reads whichever storyboard file is appropriate for the device when the example runs. Storyboards chain UIViewController instances and the UIView instances associated with each The OpenGLES_Ch2_1 Example controller. Storyboards specify transitions from view controller to view controller and back to automate much of an application’s user interaction design and potentially eliminate code that would otherwise need to be written.
In this example, the first argument to glVertexAttribPointer() specifies that the currently bound buffer contains position information for each vertex. The second argument specifies that there are three components to each position. The third argument tells OpenGL ES that each component is stored as a floating point value. The fourth argument tells OpenGL ES whether fixed point data can be scaled or not. None of the examples in this book use fixed point data, so the argument value is GL_FALSE. Note Fixed-point data types are supported by OpenGL ES as an alternative to floating point.