iOS 9 Application Development in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself (7th Edition) 7th Edition
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You can visit John’s website at http://teachyourselfios.com or follow him on Twitter at @johnemeryray or #iOSIn24.
- Item Weight : 2.68 pounds
- Paperback : 960 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0672337673
- ISBN-13 : 978-0672337673
- Product Dimensions : 7 x 1.4 x 8.9 inches
- Publisher : Sams Publishing; 7th Edition (December 1, 2019)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,573,737 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The only complaint I have so far is chaper 16: Using Auto Layout.....it is often confusing and not really complete. "Beginning iPhone Development with Swift" handles this subject in much more detail and is easier to absorb, with added info and techniques not present in this book.
Other than that, this is an excellent book for learning xcode
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Actualmente voy a la mitad del libro y puedo aconsejarlo para aquel que desea iniciar el proceso de aprender iOS, posiblemente no sea la version actual comparada con iOS, sin embargo no dudo que sea muy similar a la actual version.
Su contenido es guiado paso a paso, incluso en lecciones posteriores. Es agradable leerlo y gratificante al finalizar cada capitulo.
Quede con un buen sabor de boca, son de esos libros que vale la pena tener
XCode requires a lot of dragging and dropping the right thing to the right place, clicking on certain "lines", and entering numbers and other settings in specific locations to create constraints, to configure visual components, and even to configure navigation between screens or add actions/events to your code, so it takes a lot more time to try to learn those things from any book than from a video.
In fairness, this book is well organised and covers mostly the right topics in a good sequence. The text is very clear and the examples facilitate learning all the concepts - I don't think there are other books out there that would come with DVDs or with access to on-line video tutorials, so this book is probably one of the best books you could find on learning iOS9 development.
As a much smaller issue, since the book is printed in full color (all pages), it requires a better and heavier paper - the result is that the book is heavy for its size, so if you have a 10" or larger tablet, it may be better to get the kindle version.
Now that iOS10 and Swift 3 are out there, you may want to wait for an updated version of the book.