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In the preface the author says this version of the book is a complete remake, not an update, and I have to agree with him. The first chapter used to be The Basics and it is gone. This edition of the book is not for novice programmers to get started with Objective-C and iOS programmer. The author also warns the reader that this is for the experienced developer.
I really like this new version. It adds chapters on Creating Dynamic and Interactive User Interfaces, Building Complex Layouts with Collection Views, Notifications, and Security.
The chapter's recipes topics are reflected in the titles of the chapters. I have listed them all below.
1. Implementing Controllers and Views
2. Creating Dynamic and Interactive User Interfaces
3. Auto Layout and the Visual Format Language
4. Constructing and Using Table Views
5. Building Complex Layouts with Collection Views
9. Core Location and Maps
10. Implementing Gesture Recognizers
11. Networking, JSON, XML, and Sharing
12. Audio and Video
13. Address Book
14. Files and Folder Management
15. Camera and the Photo Library
18. Core Data
19. Dates, Calendars, and Events
20. Graphics and Animations
21. Core Motion
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I'll keep on my shelf and it undoubtedly will become a good reference matieral.
It is suitable for beginner to study iOS programming. Every example is concise and easy to follow up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While the book does spell things out in small, bite-sized chunks, there are some very glaring errors, some of which make you wonder if the author even knows what he's talking... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gary L. Wade
It's more of a reference manual of sorts. It doesn't provide good explanation of why you would do it this way or that way. Still, it's an ok book for getting some ideas. Read morePublished 23 months ago by MJ
Great book. Nahavandipoor knows iOS very thoroughly. However, I'm not crazy about the code style. In the examples, code to do something simple is exploded into multiple functions... Read morePublished on July 18, 2014 by J. R. Perkins
I'm an experienced iOS developer and used this to brush up on some of the latest features in iOS 7 (and perhaps any fundamentals that I may have missed). Read morePublished on May 28, 2014 by Jonathan Corbett
Good, almost complete, although it doesn't go deep about issues covered. It's very usefull for whom are initiating at iOS development.Published on April 27, 2014 by Rafael Costa
If you're new to iOS coding and trying to find a book to learn to make apps, this is not the first book you should purchase. Read morePublished on April 19, 2014 by fbara