Hi, please take a look at a video of my current iPad app which is for viewing magazines: [url removed, login to view] As you can see it loads images on-demand, but DSL connections here are slow, so I will need to change the way the app downloads images. Need to download them all first, then allow user to interact with it, here are the specs: Images load from an xml when user chooses a magazine, a download progress bar needs to appear and indicate how much kb left until all the images are loaded, once they are, it will display them just like currently. Magazine images will be saved in cache for next time user opens the app images don't need to download again. Cache gets flushed automatically once app uses 100 mb of iPad space. That's it. Questions welcome.
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