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This book is a good guide for newcomers to the iPhone platform, but having already written a simple app, I found it rather simplistic. It covers foundational items that you're unlikely to need, like how to draw arbitrary paths on the screen, but it doesn't go in depth into the APIs that are present on the platform and how you might use them effectively. In short, I think this is probably a reasonable book for it's target audience, but for a experienced software developer looking to move over to w This book is a good guide for newcomers to the iPhone platform, but having already written a simple app, I found it rather simplistic.
In short, I think this is probably a reasonable book for it's target audience, but for a experienced software developer looking to move over to working on iPhone OS it's not very useful.
Feb 21, Wynand Pieters rated it liked it. A good book touching on many topics newcomers will appreciates.
Going into design, marketing and support topics will help people new to the AppStore way of doing things. Unfortunately the detail on development and the project itself is rather simplistic and meant for older versions of Xcode, and a lot can be done quicker and more efficiently at this point in time. An updated book would be great. Jun 02, Philip Sebastian rated it really liked it. Starts off describing the basic fundamentals of sdk exploration and ux code implantation in the beginning but it also lets you know if this book is right for you so read the first part before you start the actual reading.
Overall, very comprehensive read. Great book for intro level Iphone development and design enthusiasts.
iPhone App Development: The Missing Manual
May 06, Alpha rated it liked it Shelves: Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Description Ready to create your own iPhone app? This book walks you through the entire iPhone app development process, from start to finish. You'll learn how to download the tools, build the app, get it through Apple's approval process, and then market and maintain the finished product.
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All you need to get started is a familiarity with object-oriented programming. With "iPhone App Development: The Missing Manual", you'll get lots of illustrations, step-by-step tutorials, and real-world examples. Author and Mac guru Craig Hockenberry is your ideal guide because he's been there, having created the wildly popular Twitterific iPhone app that lets you manage your tweets and Twitter account right on your iPhone screen. Craig's goal is to make you a successful iPhone App developer, whether you're a student or an experienced programmer.
He pursues this goal with clarity and a terrific sense of humor.
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Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 20mm People who bought this also bought. Get to know the tools for developing your iPhone appDesign a great app before you start codingBuild a complex app with Xcode and Interface BuilderDecide how to brand your app-then beta-test that brand in the real worldLearn the inside scoop on how to get your app into the App StorePromote your product, track sales, and build a strong customer following.
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