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Programming in Objective-C (Developer's Library) Programming In Objective C, Fourth EditionUpdated For IOS And ARCProgramming In Objective C Is A Concise, Carefully Written Tutorial On The Basics Of Objective C And Object Oriented Programming For Apple S IOS And Mac Platforms The Book Makes No Assumptions About Prior Experience With Object Oriented Programming Languages Or With The C Language Which Objective C Is Based Upon Because Of This, Both Beginners And Experienced Programmers Alike Can Use This Book To Quickly And Effectively Learn The Fundamentals Of Objective CReaders Can Also Learn The Concepts Of Object Oriented Programming Without Having To First Learn All Of The Intricacies Of The Underlying C Programming Language This Unique Approach To Learning, Combined With Many Small Program Examples And Exercises At The End Of Each Chapter, Makes Programming In Objective C Ideally Suited For Either Classroom Use Or Self StudyThe Fourth Edition Of This Book Has Been Updated To Cover The Significant Changes That First Appeared In IOS And Xcode , Including The Use Of Automatic Reference Counting ARC To Improve And Simplify Memory Management In Objective C Programs The Best Book On Any Programming Language That I Ve Ever Read If You Want To Learn Objective C, Buy It Calvin Wolcott An Excellent Resource For A New Programmer Who Wants To Learn Objective C As Their First Programming Language A Woefully Underserved Market Pat HughesTable Of Contents Introduction Programming In Objective C Classes, Objects, And Methods Data Types And Expressions Program Looping Making Decisions More On Classes Inheritance Polymorphism, Dynamic Typing, And Dynamic Binding More On Variables And Data Types Categories And Protocols The Preprocessor Underlying C Language Features Introduction To The Foundation Framework Numbers, Strings, And Collections Working With Files Memory Management And Automatic Reference Counting Copying Objects Archiving Introduction To Cocoa And Cocoa Touch Writing IOS ApplicationsA GlossaryB Address Book Example Source Code

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5 thoughts on “Programming in Objective-C (Developer's Library)

  1. says:

    I am a very experienced application developer having worked with IBM and Microsoft languages for the last 20 years The last language I learned was c and it was a doddle, a beautiful, intuitive and simple tool that works really well with the cumbersome.net event model I had assumed that learning Objective C would a doddle too After all it is a C based language, like c I haven t found that to be the case, at least while trying to learn it

  2. says:

    This is a very good book for Objective C and basic Foundation classes such as strings, arrays etc My background is as a C programmer, so I skipped the chapter on C and benefited from an understanding of the underlying language However, I think the book is a very accessible book for anyone wanting to learn the Apple language of choice Although covered in one chapter, this is not a book for iOS programming itself and I would recommend other

  3. says:

    My background is as an experienced C and C programmer, who prefers learning things throughly and in stages, rather than mixing several fields at once This is a solid learning guide to Objective C, which isn t a difficult language, and to the Foundation, which is a vital and under appreciated part of iOS programming.Reading this book and working through the examples will make one aspect of iOS programming pretty straightforward, and let you l

  4. says:

    I bought this book in hope to deepen and structure my knowledge in Objective C and Cocoa as I recently switched to iPhone development and didn t have a handful of knowledge in the area And the book and the author disappointed me, to say the least I was expecting something close to The C Programming Language by Stroustrup or books by Richter on C , but in reality I got a book for beginners in programming The book title is very misleading at lea

  5. says:

    This book is not really a beginners book but, does take you through all the basic steps slowly so that you can master each area of Objective C There are many examples to work through, which can be hard work, but it is well worth the effort to get through the book A good understanding of Object Oriented Programming is helpful, as it helps to get your programs structured properly Being a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer this book has greatly

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