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Arduino Development for OSX and iOS By Agus Kurniawan
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This is a special book for readers who want to learn Arduino development on OSX and iOS environments. The following is highlight topics on this book: * Preparing development environment * Sketch... More > programming * Controlling Arduino from OSX * Controlling Arduino from iOS * Debugging Arduino Logic< Less
iOS Programming for .NET Developers By Josh Smith
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This book is a field guide for .NET developers exploring the foreign world of native iOS programming. It explains the iOS development platform by comparing and contrasting it with tools, APIs, and... More > concepts familiar to .NET developers. The author, Josh Smith, was a Microsoft MVP for four years thanks to his technical and written contributions in the Client Application Development community. He has worked on enterprise iOS applications since 2010. This is the book he wished had existed when he started learning iOS.< Less
Test-Driven iOS Development By annarita curtolo
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I took this knowledge with me to my first programming gig, as software engineer working on the Mac port of a cross-platform security product. (Another simplification— I had, a few years... More > earlier, taken on a six-week paid project to write a LISP program. We’ve all done things we’re not proud of.) While I was working this job, I went on a TDD training course, run by object-oriented programming conference stalwart Kevlin Henney, editor of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know, among other things. It was here that I finally realized that the point of test-driven development was to make me more confident about my code, and more confident about changing my code as I learned more.The time had finally arrived where I understood TDD enough that I could start learning from my own mistakes, make it a regular part of my toolbox, and work out what worked for me and what didn’t. After a few years of that, I was in a position where I could say yes to Chuck’s request to give the talk.< Less
Flash Mobile Developing Android and iOS Applications By matthew david
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Flash Mobile Developing Android and iOS Applications.Change: It’s what we expect from technology, from the PC to the web, through to HD TV. But nothing has been as disruptive as the change the... More > iPhone and Android phones have brought. For the first time the power of a computer will fit in your hand,you are always connected to the Internet, and these devices are loaded with hardware such as video cameras, microphones, GPS chips, and accelerometers.< Less
iOS 7: Day by Day By Sam Davies
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Apple introduced iOS7 to the world in September 2013, and with it came the biggest visual refresh of the operating system since it was launched. However, not only did the UI get a complete revamp,... More > many new frameworks, API and features were added for developers to take advantage of in their apps. iOS7: Day by Day takes a stroll through this new functionality from a developer perspective. Each chapter takes a look at a different feature, with code and a sample app to aid demonstration. The chapters are detailed enough to allow a reader to get up to speed on complex APIs, but are sufficiently short that they can be digested on a daily schedule. The book covers all the major new frameworks - from CoreText to MultipeerConnectivity, and digs into lots of the hidden gems which developers are going to love.< Less
iOS 9 Day By Day By Chris Grant
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Welcome to iOS 9 Day by Day, the latest in our Day by Day series covering all that an iOS developer needs to know about the new technologies and APIs available to them in iOS 9. What you’ll... More > get from this book • Short articles highlighting the key features of iOS 9, and how to use them • A full project with source code demonstrating how to use each feature. Every chapter has an app or playground that features the new technology. This allows you to see it “in the wild”, not just “on paper”, as it is in the documentation • A great understanding of how to update your existing apps to ensure compatibility with iOS 9 • Hours of fun. Well, maybe...< Less
iOS 9 Day By Day By Chris Grant
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Welcome to iOS 9 Day by Day, the latest in our Day by Day series covering all that an iOS developer needs to know about the new technologies and APIs available to them in iOS 9. What you’ll... More > get from this book: • Short articles highlighting the key features of iOS 9, and how to use them • A full project with source code demonstrating how to use each feature. Every chapter has an app or playground that features the new technology. This allows you to see it “in the wild”, not just “on paper”, as it is in the documentation • A great understanding of how to update your existing apps to ensure compatibility with iOS 9 • Hours of fun. Well, maybe...< Less
iOS 8: Day by Day By Sam Davies
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Apple delivered iOS 8 to the developer world at WWDC in June 2014, before launching it at the wider world in September of the same year. The iOS 8 SDK was somewhat over-shadowed by the simultaneous... More > announcement of a new programming language in the form of Swift, however this didn't mean that the core OS had been overlooked at all. Quite the opposite - a huge number of new APIs had been introduced, powering tons of new functionality. iOS8: Day-by-Day is a review of the most important of these. Busy developers don't have time to trawl the WWDC videos and Apple documentation. Instead they'd like to get a high-level summary of the new possibilities, alongside some working sample code. This is exactly what iOS8: Day-by-Day provides. It started out as a blog series, and these blog posts now form the basis of the book. You can see the original blog series at shinobicontrols.com/iOS8DayByDay and all the source code is available on GitHub at github.com/ShinobiControls/ios8-day-by-day< Less
Ios App Reverse Engineering By Zishe Sha
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The world's 1st book of very detailed iOS App reverse engineering skills, which consists of 4 parts, i.e. concepts, tools, theories and practices. The book follows an "abstraction, concrete,... More > abstraction, concrete" structure, starting from basic concepts like iOS filesystem hierarchy and iOS file types that Apple didn't expose to App developers but iOS (jailbreak) researchers should know, then goes through the most commonly used tools like class-dump, Theos, Cycript, Reveal, IDA and LLDB to introduce what to do in iOS reverse engineering. After that, iOS reverse engineering theories based on Objective-C and ARM assembly are explained in a methodological way, pointing out the core of this book. Last but not least, 4 originally elaborated practices are there to cover all previous contents of the book and give you the most intuitive perception of iOS reverse engineering.< Less
Mobile App Growth Hacks Developer Interviews iOS 8 By Chris Flammer
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About Mobile App Growth Hacks: Interview Book We interviewed developers from around the world while conducting market research for Mobile App Growth Hacks. It was an amazing experience! Take a... More > moment and check out their inspiring stories and learn from their collective wisdom. About Mobile App Growth Hacks - In today’s crowded App Store, creating exposure and marketing their app is the biggest challenge small developers and companies face. The number one reason for failure of an app is improper and ineffective marketing. Apple recently unveiled their new iOS 8 operating system, which powers the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. So how do you create exposure for your app, and build your brand in today’s App Store? When it comes to marketing a mobile app, many people tend to think of things like writing press releases, running ads, pitching to bloggers, and so on. These things fall into the realm of traditional marketing; expensive, time consuming, and in most cases completely ineffective.< Less