Want to get started building applications for Appleas iPhone and iPod touch? Already building iPhone applications and want to get better at it? This is the only book that brings together all the expert guidanceaand the codeayouall need! Completely revised and expanded to cover the iPhone 3.0 SDK, The iPhone Developeras Cookbook is the essential resource for developers building apps for the iPhone and iPod touch. Taking you further than before, this new edition starts out with an introduction to Objective-C 2.0 for developers who might be new to the platform. Youall learn about Xcode and Interface Builder and learn how to set up and configure your iPhone Developer account. Additional highlights of this new edition include: Using the iPhone SDKas visual classes and controllers to design and customize interfaces Using gestures, touches, and other sophisticated iPhone interface capabilities Making the most of tables, views, view controllers, and animations Alerting users with progress bars, audio pings, status bar updates, and other indicators Using new Push Notifications to send alerts, whether your app is running or not Playing audio and video with the MediaKit Working with the Address Book, Core Location, and Sensors Connecting to the Internet, Web services, and networks Embedding flexible maps with MapKit and Google Mobile Maps Building multiplayer games with GameKit Using Core Data to build data-driven applications Selling add-on content and services with In-App Purchasing using StoreKit Building accessible apps with Accessibility Plus The unique format of The iPhone Developeras Cookbook presents the code you need to create feature-rich applications that leverage the latest features of the iPhone 3.0 SDK. Over 30, 000 iPhone developers turned to the first edition of The iPhone Developeras Cookbook. So should you!You saw recipes that showed you how to use the iPhonea#39;s built-in editor selection process and how to snap images with the camera. ... Make sure that you check that e-mail is available on your device before attempting to use the controller and be aware that sending images can be very, very ... Consider precomputing icon versions of your pictures in addition to using the thumbnail-sizing routines shown in this chapter. 8. Gestures and Touches The touch represents the heart of Summary.
|Title||:||The iPhone Developer's Cookbook|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2009-12-18|