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On Feb 24 Michael Dominick wrote: Great for learning iOS
If you're interested in developing dynamic iOS apps that provide the user with a great experience you have likely considered or already decided to go the native app route rather than the web app route. Unfortunately for many developers, especially those that are not familiar with Apple's development ecosystem and their tools, developing a native iPhone application that leverages Cocoa Touch and Objective - C can be a daunting task. Learning iPhone Programming assumes no prior knowledge of the iPhone SDK and the related tools. It is a great primer for programmers that would like to expand to iOS Full Review  >

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On Jan 30 Matthias Köster wrote: Book Review: Learning iPhone Programming by Alasdair Allan
SummaryAlasdair Allan Book "Learning iPhone Programming" starts with a discussion of the pro and cons of native iPhone Apps. Since I'm quite new to iPhone programming I didn't know that the initial version of the iPhone didn't support native application. So I really liked that the author describes the history… Full Review  >

Rating: StarStarStarStarStar4.0

On Jan 12 Keith Davidson wrote: Review: Learning iPhone Programming by Alasdair Allan
With the undeniable success of the iPhone and its impact on the user paradigm surrounding mobile devices, "mobile phone" truly no longer applies in my view, there are so many iPhone programming books. I particularly like this book as it does follow through on it's subtitle "From Xcode to App… Full Review  >

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On Jan 9 Michal Konrad Owsiak wrote: good, but too 'shallow' - for beginners
Learning iPhone Programming is well organized and easy to read book. In first two chapters, it is explained why should we move to creating native applications and how to start the development process. Full Review  >

Rating: StarStarStarStarStar4.0

On Dec 23 Kuncoro Wastuwibowo wrote: Learning iPhone Programming
Learning iPhone Programming, by Alasdair Allan: a definitive book to learn native iPhone programming. Recommended for those who understand Apple, C, OOP, and wish to create high-performance full-featured applications for iPhone. I’m an old-school coder and I would not claim myself mastering a platform before writing my own application in… Full Review  >

Rating: StarStarStarStarStar5.0

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