The programmeras quick-start guide to iOS app development using iOS SDK 6, Cocoa TouchAr, XcodeAr 4.5 and the latest Objective-CAr version and idioms! Dive into iOS 6 programming with this brief introduction for new iOS developers! This five-chapter e-book gets you started developing great iPhone and iPad apps quickly and publishing them on Appleas App Store. Itas ideal for people familiar with object-oriented programming in Java, C++, C# or Objective-C (an Objective-C background is not required). The three programming chapters include a simple visual programming app and two code-based apps presented using the Deitelsa signature app-driven approachaeach technology is discussed in the context of a fully developed iOS app, complete with syntax coloring, code walkthroughs and sample outputs. Topics covered in this e-book include: iOSAr App Development ac iOS 6, Xcode 4.5, Interface Builder, Objective-C, Cocoa TouchAr, iOS Simulator ac Storyboarding, Segues, Auto Layout, Accessibility, Internationalization ac Application Templates, Universal Apps ac Social Framework, iCloud Key-Value Storage, Automatic Reference Counting (ARC), Collections, iOS Defaults System ac GUI, Views, View Controllers, Outlets, Actions, Event Handling Fully Developed Apps ac Welcome, Tip Calculator, Favorite TwitterAr Searches App Business Issues ac iOS Developer Program, App Store, Submitting Apps, iTunes Connect ac What Makes a Great App ac Monetization, Pricing (Free vs. Fee), In-App Purchase, , Selling Virtual Goods ac Marketing, iAd Network, AdvertisingiPad Mini: The iPad Miniaexpected to be available in October 2012awill compete both in size and price(estimated tobe ... Meanwhile, Apple dominates intheenterprise tabletmarket. ... 15 ac In December of2011, American Airlines became the first airlineto be fully approved by the FAA to use iPads during all phases offlight.
|Title||:||Dive Into iOS6|
|Author||:||Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel, Abbey Deitel|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2012-10-01|