From the Back Cover
Learn to develop successfuland profitableiPad applications
Eager to start developing applications for the iPad? Then look no further than the book in your hands. This comprehensive, hands-on approach to iPad development walks you through all the necessary tools and skills required for successful iPad app programming. You'll first familiarize yourself with the iPhone® SDK, Xcode®, and Interface Builder tools, all of which provide a solid foundation for developing apps. You'll then explore the features and syntax of the Objective-C® language, which is essential for creating most iPad apps. Plus, you'll discover how to best implement the many features of the iPhone SDK into your apps so that you can deploy your applications to the Apple AppStore.
Beginning iPad Application Development:
Explains the various types of iPad applications supported by the iPhone SDK
Discusses the various types of screen orientations and ways to handle rotations
Covers the new Gesture Recognizers available in this release of the iPhone SDK
Covers the new Split View-based Application project type
Zeroes in on database storage using SQLite3
Examines Web Services, Bluetooth programming, and Bonjour programming
Covers Apple Push Notification Services programming
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About the Author
Wei-Meng Lee is a technologist and founder of Developer Learning Solutions, a technology company specializing in hands-on training in the latest Microsoft and Apple technologies. He is also the author of Beginning iPhone SDK Programming with Objective-C and writes frequently for online publications.