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Migrating to iPhone and iPad for .NET Developers by Mark Mamone

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Chapter 4

Going Deeper: .NET, Objective-C, and the iOS SDK

Understanding the capabilities of Apple's mobile devices, the features of the iOS operating system, and the different options available to you for application development is only part of the story. Creating the Hello, World application using both native Apple development tools and numerous third-party options was cool, and the submission of it to Apple's App Store is possible, but it's not going to earn you million of dollars. It is very unlikely to attract good reviews, or even any downloads!

Now we need to look at how to create a more compelling application—one that will be the next “must-have” mobile app that will help you make some money. To do this, we need to explore the runtime ...

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