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Objective-C Recipes provides a problem solution approach for dealing with key aspects of Objective-C programming, ensuring you have the indispensable reference you need to successfully execute common... More > programming tasks.< Less
Programming in Objective-C
When I contemplated writing a tutorial on Objective-C, I had to make a fundamental
decision.As with other texts on Objective-C, I could write mine to assume that the
reader already knew how to write... More > C programs. I could also teach the language from the
perspective of using the rich library of routines, such as the Foundation and UIKit
frameworks. Some texts also take the approach of teaching how to use the development
tools, such as the Mac’s Xcode and the tool formerly known as Interface Builder to
design the UI.
I had several problems adopting this approach. First, learning the entire C language
before learning Objective-C is wrong. C is a procedural language containing many features
that are not necessary for programming in Objective-C, especially at the novice level. In
fact, resorting to some of these features goes against the grain of adhering to a good
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Objects for Deployment
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ODessa C. made this book with the Veterans Book Project in Minneapolis, MN 2012.
Expert C# 2005 Business Objects
This book started as a revision, and ended up being almost a complete rewrite to cover all the
changes in .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005. Thus, it turned into a really a big project, and I want
to... More > thank a number of people who helped make it come to fruition.
First, I’d like to thank my wife and sons for their love, patience, and support over the past many
years. Without you, this would have been impossible! Moreover, I owe my wife special thanks for
helping with the editing process, as she saved me many hours of work during my least favorite part
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Object-Oriented Programming With ANSI-C
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A do-it-yourself guide to object-oriented programming using ANSI-C with detailed examples and a preprocessor (written in awk) to simplify coding.
Objective-C 2.0 Essentials
The objective of this book is to teach the skills necessary to program in Objective-C 2.0 using a style that is easy to follow, rich in examples and accessible to those who have never used... More > Objective-C before.
Topics covered include the fundamentals of Objective-C such as variables, looping and flow control. Also included are details of object oriented programming, working with files and memory and the Objective-C Foundation framework.
Regardless of whether you are developing for Mac OS X, the iPhone or the iPad, this book covers everything you need to know about the Objective-C programming language.< Less
A Guide to Object Oriented Programming With C++
The Book is a guide to Object Oriented Programming With C++. The book covers the core topics in c++ . It contains Lab oriented programs in C++. The book covers the fundamental concepts of Programming... More > . The Control Structures, Decision making statements , Arrays , Pointers , Fundamental data types and their usage in C++. The book also covers the object oriented programming concepts Objects, Classes , Structures, Inheritance, Multiple Inheritance and polymorphism. All these object oriented programming concepts are covered with detailed and working examples.The book also covers some data structure topics, stack , queue, linked list and circular queue. The programs in C++ in this book are error corrected and working programs. All the programs are very useful for all C++ aspirants. The programs and other topics are all very useful and easy to understand and useful for all the C++ aspirants.< Less
Core Objective-C in 24 Hours
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Core Objective-C in 24 Hours provides a clear and concise overview of the programming language, describes its key features and APIs, and presents recommendations for developing Objective-C programs... More > on the Mac. It is written for readers who want a general understanding of Objective-C technology on the Mac along with developers who want to quickly get started with the language. Within 24 hours, you will have a solid understanding of Objective-C and be ready to begin using it on your projects!
The book includes a complete overview of the latest enhancements to the Objective-C language, including automatic reference counting, blocks, and other powerful features.< Less
Learn Objective-C on the Mac 2nd Edition
Welcome to Learn Objective-C on the Mac! This book is designed to teach you the basics of the
Objective-C language. Objective-C is a superset of C and is the language used by many (if not... More >
most) applications that have a true OS X or iOS look and feel.
In addition to presenting Objective-C, this book introduces you to its companion, Apple’s Cocoa
(for OS X) and Cocoa Touch (for iOS) toolkits. Cocoa and Cocoa Touch are written in Objective-C
and contain all the elements of the OS X and iOS user interfaces, plus a whole lot more. Once
you learn Objective-C, you’ll be ready to dive into Cocoa with a full-blown project or another
book such as Learn Cocoa on the Mac (Apress 2010) or Beginning iOS 5 Development (Apress
Objective-C on OSX hold the GUI! 25 Pages of Objective-C in 25 Minutes (25 Pages in 25 Minutes)
Objective-C. Where should you start? Here, of course!
The book is novel in that it does not require use of XCode or understanding of Apple's proprietary developer tools. This approach yields a means... More > of explaining Objective-C that is brief and can be covered in about 25 pages. It also puts you on the fast-track to understanding how the language works.
Whether you are either an experienced Objective-C application developer, a Foundation Kit daemon author or a newbie, you will be surprised at the useful descriptions of Objective-C used in this book.
Projects start with "Hello World" and rapidly expand to managing unix interfaces, implementing trivial object-based threads, using the runloop and NSTimers, using NSPipe to read output from unix commands. NSArray, NSDictionary and NSString are also covered as crucial building blocks of applications in Cocoa.
Is this a reference book or a tutorial? It is neither and both. Enjoy.< Less