Beginning IOS Programming for DummiesBook - 2014
The ultimate beginner's guide to programming in the iOS environment
The Apple App Store is a gold mine for developers, but with more apps for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch being added every day, it?s essential to have a solid programming foundation to create the best apps possible. If you're eager to learn the ins and outs of iOS programming, this is your book. It teaches object-oriented programming within the iOS framework from the ground up, preparing you to create the next super iPhone or iPad app.
Get a handle on the iOS framework, object-oriented best practices, and the Xcode programming environment, then discover how to create simple interfaces, use libraries, create and extend objects, and more. Whether you're just starting out in programming or only new to iOS, For Dummies is the perfect beginning.
- Focuses on teaching object-oriented programming within the iOS framework and includes best practices for building apps that are easy to debug, evolve, and maintain
- Uses simple examples to demonstrate object-oriented programming output in the iPhone environment while teaching real-world programming concepts and applications
- Provides a thorough understanding of the framework and object-oriented principles to help beginning programmers make optimum use of iOS
- Covers working with the Xcode environment and storyboards; creating simple interfaces; using libraries, functions, structures, arrays, and pointers; and creating and extending objects
Beginning iOS Programming For Dummies is your straightforward guide to getting started with iOS programming.
Baker & Taylor
Presents information on how to program software for iOS applications, covering such topics as object-oriented design principles, using Xcode, developing an Apps user interface, and harnessing iOS device capabilities.
Each book covers all the necessary information a beginner needs to know about a particular topic, providing an index for easy reference and using the series' signature set of symbols to clue the reader in to key topics, categorized under such titles as Tip, Remember, Warning!, Technical Stuff and True Story. Original.