iOS 6 Foundations by Jesse Feiler
(Treehouse Book Series)

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A practical introduction for using iOS 6 to create universal apps

If you have prior experience programming in an object-oriented language and are eager to start building universal apps for iPad and iPhone (including the iPod touch), then this is the book for you! Using the latest version of iOS (iOS 6) along with the latest version of Xcode (Xcode 4.5), this book is a practical introduction rather than just a catalog of components. Full-color and packed with groundbreaking, innovative designs, this book teaches you how to create eye-catching, unique apps. Teaches you the various aspects of iOS development, beginning with getting started with iOS 6, getting Up to Speed with Xcode, and learning the tools and Objective-CReviews building the user interface with Xcode and Interface BuilderDetails how to set up your app in iTunes connect and distribute it through the app storeWalks you through adding features like geo-location and twitter sharing Helps you avoid common pitfalls and design decisions related to user experience and iOS programming

iOS 6 Foundations is organized so that each chapter builds on the previous, providing you with a finished app by the end of the book.

 

About Jesse Feiler

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Jesse Feiler is a developer, web designer, trainer, and author. He has been an Apple developer since 1985, and has worked with mobile devices starting with Apple's Newton and continuing with the iOS products (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad). His books include Sams Teach Yourself Core Data in 24 Hours, Data-Driven iOS Apps for iPad and iPhone with FileMaker Pro, Bento by FileMaker, and FileMaker Go (Sams/Pearson), Using FileMaker Bento (Sams/Pearson), FileMaker Pro in Depth (Sams/Pearson), Sams Teach Yourself Drupal in 24 Hours (Sams/Pearson), Get Rich with Apps!Your Guide to Reaching More Customers and Making Money NOW (McGraw-Hill), Database-Driven Web Sites (Harcourt), How to Do Everything with Web 2.0 Mashups (McGraw-Hill), iWork '09 for Dummies (Wiley), and The Bento Book (Sams/Pearson). He has written about Objective-C and the Apple frameworks in Rhapsody Developer's Guide (AP Professional, 1997) and Mac OS X Developer's Guide (Morgan Kaufmann, 2001). He is the author of MinutesMachine, the meeting management software for iPad. There are more details at champlainarts.com. A native of Washington DC, he has lived in New York City and currently lives in Plattsburgh, NY. He can be reached at northcountryconsulting.com.
 
Published April 18, 2013 by Wiley. 382 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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