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On Dec 3, 2014 Michael Piscatello wrote:THE iOS instruction manual
This is my third read of "Programming iOS..." by Matt Neuburg and I am very grateful for what Mr. Neuburg does. Just like the previous two versions I read (iOS 6, iOS 7) I am amazed at the lengths that Mr. Neuburg goes to fully explain a feature or concept of the vast iOS API. Full Review >
On Oct 31, 2014 Michael Piscatello wrote:Pocket Full of Good Material
I just finished reading O'Reilly's "Swift Pocket Reference" by Anthony Gray. This book is the go-to shortcut for existing programmers to get up to speed on Apple's new programming language Swift. Apple's own book on Swift is 458 pages of very well written explanation of the new language's features. As an experienced developer I don't need all the detail that Apple offers in their volume. Mr. Gray has provided the perfect balance of useful information and brevity!
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On Sep 7, 2013 Michael Piscatello wrote:"Learning iOS Programming" by Alasdair Allan
Learning iOS ProgrammingFrom Xcode to App StoreThe easy way to get started with iOS programming. Alasdair takes you through the baby steps to becoming a iOS developer like a caring parent with just the right amount of patience and prodding. Then skillfully takes you all the way to submitting an app… Full Review >