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iOS Apprentice Fifth Edition: Beginning iOS development with Swift 3 Paperback – December 14, 2016
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UPDATE: Already updating this review because after perusing this book I can already see it is one the the better books out there. I programmed IOS in Objective C and the way that they utilized detailed projects to instruct is a great deal better than many of the books out there. Went from a 3 to a 4. Wish there was a 4.5
For beginners, I do recommend you go over the projects twice, as they become big and complicated. But like I said, it exposes you to many different sections of iOS development such as the MVC design approach, table views, delegates/protocols, custom classes, storyboards, xibs, size classes, portrait and landscape orientation, JSON/API access, and a lot more. And like all there other books, it is humorous.
The iOS Apprentice walks the reader through how to build four projects that are demonstrative of what iOS programming is. You are not a passive reader of the book. You are an active participant and code fully functioning projects. These projects introduce you to many of the objects and frameworks that working iOS developers use every day.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn how to make iOS apps
each new app will be a little more advanced than the one before. It covers all topics you need to know to make your own apps.
Very professional and engaging book!