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Inside, veteran mobile developer Dr Maher Ali starts with a primer on Objective-C and Cocoa, the anatomy of iPhone apps, and walks you through building your first application for OS 3.
You want your applications to look great, so iPhone SDK 3 Programming also provides extensive coverage of Interface Builder, but focuses on illustrating UI concepts programmatically, allowing you to appreciate the complete picture.
This book goes beyond the basics of iPhone development and provides comprehensive coverage of features such as Core Data, copy and paste, Apple Push Notification, SQLite, libxml2, Map Kit, and location-based services that will help you create geo-aware apps that connect to back-end services and locally cache information for offline viewing.
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although the object-c for iphone was hard for me in the beginning But this book is explaining it as easy as possible. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Firass
This book fails to explain properly the ins and outs, making it very hard to read or understand, even for an advanced reader. Showing dots but missing links, sort of speak. Read morePublished on August 10, 2010 by HSI-WEN R LIAO
What a waste of money. The only thing that is advance in this book are the subjects listed. The content is not well presented and falls short of completing any area covered. Read morePublished on December 17, 2009 by James Redpath
Actually I wrote a bad comment about this book previously, but I should change the comment.
I've read more books related with iPhone development but they are too bad or... Read more