Using Apple's Cocoa Touch framework, you'll learn how to build applications that respond in unique ways when users tap, slide, swipe, tilt, shake, or pinch the screen. Programming the iPhone User Experience (O'Reilly, US $34.99) by Toby Boudreaux is a perfect companion to Apple's Human Interface Guidelines, and provides the practical information you need to develop innovative applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch, whether you're a CTO, developer, or UI/UX designer.
'Programming the iPhone User Experience' is a book the iPhone community sorely needs right now: a thoughtul inquiry into both the art and science of developing for Apple's new device. If you want to create applications that feel like they came with your iPhone, this is the book for you.
– Buzz Anderson, iPhone Developer (Birdfeed app) and author of Podworks, Cocoalicious, and other Macintosh software
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Toby Boudreaux has been developing for Mac OS X using Objective-C and Cocoa since 2000. He specializes in Web development for consumer markets using open technologies and on Mac/iPhone development. He is currently the CTO of The Barbarian Group, an interactive/software shop based in the US.
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