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Programming iOS 4

Fundamentals of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch Development

By: Matt Neuburg


The complete reference for anyone who wants to write an iPad or iPhone app.

Why to buy: The complete reference for anyone who wants to write an iPad or iPhone app.


Takes a full, rigorous approach, documenting the facts and teaching the key concepts?iPhone and iPad programmers need to know

Satisfies a broad audience, from people who are getting started on up to experienced?iPhone programmers who need a comprehensive reference

Covers both the iPhone and iPad platforms, supporting Apple's recommended?"universal app" approach


iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad developers


The iPhone book market is hot, having generated over $5 million in sales revenue in 2009.?O'Reilly books command 34% of the iPhone consumer book segment, led by David?Pogue's popular "iPhone: The Missing Manual, Third Edition" (9780596804299).


9780596806439 Learning iPhone Programming

9780596809775 iPhone App Development: The Missing Manual

9781449387822 Head First iPhone and iPad Development, 2E


iPhone Developer's Cookbook: Building Applications with the iPhone 3.0 SDK (2nd?Edition), Erica Sadun, 978-0321659576, $44.99, December 2009, Addison-Wesley?Professional

Beginning iPhone 3 Development: Exploring the iPhone SDK, Jeff LaMarche and?David Mark, 978-1430224594, $39.99, July 2009, Apress


Matt Neuburg has a PhD in Classics and has taught at many universities and colleges. He?has been programming computers since 1968. He has written applications for Mac OS X?and iOS, is a former editor of MacTech Magazine, and is a long-standing contributing editor

for TidBITS. His previous O'Reilly books are Frontier: The Definitive Guide, REALbasic:?The Definitive Guide, and AppleScript: The Definitive Guide. He makes a living writing?books, articles, and software documentation, as well as by programming, consulting, and?training.?

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