Objective-C Programming For Dummies

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A step-by-step guide to understanding object-oriented programming with Objective-C

As the primary programming language for iPhone, iPad, and Mac OS X applications, Objective-C is a reflective, object-oriented language that all programmers must know before creating apps. Assuming no prior programming language experience, this fun-and-friendly book provides you with a solid understanding of Objective-C. Addressing the latest version of Xcode, debugging, code completion, and more, veteran author Neal Goldstein helps you gain a solid foundation of this complex topic, and filters out any unnecessary intricate technical jargon.

Assumes no prior knowledge of programming and keeps the tone clear and entertaining Explains complicated topics regarding Objective-C with clarity and in a straightforward-but-fun style that has defined the For Dummies brand for 20 years Features all material completely compliant with the latest standards for Objective-C and Apple programming

Objective-C Programming For Dummies is the ideal beginner book if your objective is to venture into iPhone, iPad, and Mac OS X development for the first time!

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Linda J. Ayres - last year

A book that truly teaches — Not just for Dummies To start, I wrote an 11,000 line program several years ago in C/Carbon. It drew graphics to the screen, did a lot of math in the background, and had ample buttons and menus. It was clear to me about 4 years ago that I had to rewrite the program in Obj-C/Cocoa if Apple was going to support the underlying code. So I bought several Obj-C books, including the leading two, to learn the new language. I worked all of the examples and thought that I knew something about objective programming. My biggest disappointments occurred when I would put the books down for a week and then start again. I really didn’t know what I was doing except memorizing the examples. I just could not see the larger context or advantage of Obj-C. Something wasn’t sticking with me.Mr. Goldstein takes a very different approach from other programming books. His first example is a program that keeps tracks of spending while traveling in Europe. It is a classical C-program with a single C-struct. From this…

Sharmon Romero - last year

dont buy

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