Objective-C Quick Syntax Reference

Objective-C Quick Syntax Reference

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The Objective-C Quick Syntax Reference is a condensed code and syntax reference to the popular Objective-C programming language, which is the core language behind the APIs found in the Apple iOS and Mac OS SDKs. It presents the essential Objective-C syntax in a well-organized format that can be used as a handy reference. You wona€™t find any technical jargon, bloated samples, drawn out history lessons, or witty stories in this book. What you will find is a language reference that is concise, to the point and highly accessible. The book is packed with useful information and is a must-have for any Objective-C programmer. In the Objective-C Quick Syntax Reference, you will find: A concise reference to the Objective-C language syntax. Short, simple, and focused code examples. A well laid out table of contents and a comprehensive index allowing easy review. What youa€™ll learnHow to create an Objective-C HelloWorld How to compile and run What are the Objective-C code class definitions How to use objects in Objective-C How to effectively use categories to extend the various classes What is key-value observation How to archive an object graph How to implement the delegation design pattern with protocols How to master code blocks and much more Who this book is for This book is a quick, handy pocket syntax reference for experienced Objective-C, Mac, and iOS programmers, and a concise, easily-digested introduction for other programmers new to Objective-C. Table of Contents1. Hello World 2. Build and Run 3. Variables 4. Operators 5. Objects 6. Strings 7. Numbers 8. Arrays 9. Dictionaries 10. For Loops 11. While Loops 12. Do While Loops 13. For-Each Loops 14. If-Statements 15. Switch Statements 16. Defining Classes 17. Class Methods 18. Inheritance 19. Categories 20. Blocks 21. Key-Value Coding 22. Key-Value Observing 23. Protocols 24. Implementing Delegation 25. Implementing Singleton 26. Error HandlingNote a–i Terms like strong, retain, and weak have to do with how memory management is handled for the property value. Both strong and retain mean that your class objects will always retain a reference to the property value, which guaranteesanbsp;...

Title:Objective-C Quick Syntax Reference
Author:Matthew Campbell
Publisher:Apress - 2013-12-10


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