Bill Dudney is a software developer and entrepreneur currently building software for the Mac. Bill started his computing career on a NeXT cube with a. It can all be a little overwhelming at first. Learn how to write your first table-based iPhone application from Bill Dudney, an experienced iPhone developer. Core Animation – Cover Flow. Your First iPhone App. Coding in ObjC. 73 answers. 1 question. ~k people reached. United States; objc.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Packing the power of desktop applications into a small mobile device, the iPhone SDK offers developers the ability to create dynamic, visually-appealing, and highly-capable mobile applications, using the same APIs and tools that Apple uses for its own applications. However, harnessing that power means learning new tools, new APIs, and even a whole new programming language. With it, you’ll get a complete understanding of the tools and techniques needed to succeed on the platform: Use the XCode IDE to manage your source code, images, sounds, database files, and other application resources, building your app and deploying it onto your own device for testing.
Develop your user interface the visual, code-free way, with Interface Builder. Master the iPhone’s unique user interface components, including tables, tab bars, navigation bars, and the multi-touch interface.
Connect your iPhone to the outside world with networking, exploit the power of a relational database with SQLite, and rock out with first-class support for dudnet and video. Make use of the iPhone’s unique mobile APIs, like geolocation and the motion-sensing accelerometer Use XCode’s powerful performance and debugging tools to eliminate blll leaks, zombies, and other hazards. With explanations of the big picture and an eye to the little details that you’ll need, iPhone SDK Development will help you succeed on today’s most important mobile platform.
Core Animation for Mac OS X and the iPhone: Creating Compelling Dynamic User Interfaces
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Iphone SDK Development by Bill Dudney
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It was poorly written and does a poor job of explaining information for a beginner in the Objective-C and Cocoa worlds. Also I found some frightening code examples that are just plain bad. I didn’t make it past chapter 6; I had to re-do nearly every exercise because of how poorly explained they were. Tianyi Cui rated it liked it Apr 03, Sharan Karanth rated it it was ok Dec 15, Evgenios D rated it really liked it Nov 09, Ben Carey rated it liked it Dec 21, Julio Sueiras rated it really liked it Jan 20, Carter Hyde rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Andrew Nesbitt rated it liked it Dec 04, Hidenari rated it it was amazing Jun 09, Doug rated it liked it Dec 31, Stefan rated it it was ok Sep 08, Douglas Burns rated it really liked it Dec dudnwy, Michael Hutchinson rated it liked it Nov 12, Dan Konsoer rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Jungho rated it liked it Jan 18, Tom rated it liked it May 10, Anthony Cintron rated it liked it Dec 03, Richard rated it really liked it Mar 14, Ronnie rated it liked it Sep 17, Roman rated it it was ok Oct 03, Andy Bush rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Robert rated it really liked it Nov 14, Gareth Davis rated it really liked it Feb 09, Steve rated it it was ok Nov 18, bill Dustin rated it really liked it Jan 25, Henry Dudeny rated it really liked it Sep 25, Mark rated it liked it Sep 25, Pete Menosky rated it it was amazing Feb 05, Dydney Lipp rated it it was amazing Dec 12, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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