iOS 7 in Action is a detailed, hands-on guide that teaches you how to create amazing native iOS apps. You'll dive into key topics by exploring thoroughly explained real-world code examples you can expand and reuse. Learn about Collection Views, Storyboarding, Twitter & Facebook Integration, Passbook, Airplay, and much more. If you're already creating iOS apps, you'll learn how to capitalize on the newest iOS features.
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About the Book
To develop great apps you need a deep knowledge of iOS. You also need a finely tuned sense of what motivates 500 million loyal iPhone and iPad users. iOS 7 introduces many new visual changes, as well as better multitasking, dynamic motion effects, and much more. This book helps you use those features in apps that will delight your users.
iOS 7 in Action is a hands-on guide that teaches you to create amazing native iOS apps. In it, you'll explore thoroughly explained examples that you can expand and reuse. If this is your first foray into mobile development, you'll get the skills you need to go from idea to app store. If you're already creating iOS apps, you'll pick up new techniques to hone your craft, and learn how to capitalize on new iOS 7 features.
This book assumes you're familiar with a language like C, C++, or Java. Prior experience with Objective-C and iOS is helpful.
Native iOS 7 design and development
Learn Core Data, AirPlay, Motion Effects, and more
Create real-world apps using each core topic
Use and create your own custom views
Introduction and overview of Objective-C
About the Authors
Brendan Lim is a Y Combinator alum, the cofounder of Kicksend, and the author of MacRuby in Action. Martin Conte Mac Donell, aka fz, is a veteran of several startups and an avid open source contributor.
Table of Contents
PART 1 BASICS AND NECESSITIES
Introduction to iOS development
Views and view controller basics
Using storyboards to organize and visualize your views
Using and customizing table views
Using collection views
PART 2 BUILDING REAL-WORLD APPLICATIONS
Retrieving remote data
Photos and videos and the Assets Library
Social integration with Twitter and Facebook
Advanced view customization
Location and mapping with Core Location and MapKit
Brendan G. Lim is a professional web and mobile developer. He is a Y Combinator alum and is the co-founder of Kicksend, a mobile-focused startup that lets people send and print photo albums. Brendan is the author of MacRuby in Action.