Hour 14. Accessing the Network

The iPhone is a highly connected mobile device, providing users with access to any information available on the Internet. This hour shows you how to build applications that access the Internet. The iPhone supports wired and wireless networking via USB, Wi-Fi, and the telephone network. Because networks consist of many computers linked by fallible physical connections, your network code must be robust in the face of errors or unexpected latencies. By understanding how networks work, you can devise better error-handling strategies. You’ll also learn how ...

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